Zimbabwe captain Chamu Chibhabha won the toss and opted to bat in the second one-day international against Pakistan in Rawalpindi on Sunday. Pakistan, who won the first match by 26 runs at the same venue on Friday, brought in 20-year-old pair Haider Ali and Musa Khan for their ODI debuts. Haider replaced
Babar Azam (Gallo Images) Pakistan captain Babar Azam won the toss and opted to bat in the first one-day international against Zimbabwe in Rawalpindi on Friday. Azam is leading the side for the first time. Pakistan haven't played a one-day international since October last year, when they beat Sri Lanka 2-0
Star SA cricketer AB de Villiers features in a new music video alongside rocker Karen Zoid and the Ndlovu Youth Choir.The music video, The Flame, aims to inspire and uplift the nation after a trying year.Proteas stars Dale Steyn, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje and Chris Morris also make cameos, alongside
Mumbai Indians wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock says the reason for his scratchy form at the start of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was due to inactivity between March and September.The Proteas limited-overs captain had spent the better part of six months without picking up a bat due to South Africa
Chris Gayle (Image courtesy of Kings XI Punjab Twitter) Chris Gayle went past 1,000 T20 sixes on Friday but missed another of his trademark quickfire centuries by one run as his King's XI Punjab were beaten by Rajasthan Royals in the race for Indian Premier League playoff places. The 41-year-old Gayle
Shaheen Shah Afridi grabbed five wickets and Wahab Riaz took four as Pakistan thwarted a fighting Zimbabwe to win the first one-day international by 26 runs in Rawalpindi on Friday. Afridi finished with 5-49 while Riaz had figures of 4-41 as Pakistan survived a brilliant knock of 112 by Brendan Taylor,
Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa. (Gallo Images/Jeffrey Abrahams) Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa announced the CSA interim board on Friday, which will serve for the next three months. The stand-in board includes former CSA CEO Haroon Lorgat, former batsman Omphile Ramela and former Hawks deputy head Caroline Mampuru.