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Hasan Ali injures himself while celebrating wicket, world laughs

Well, this is possibly one of the more embarrassing moments in modern cricket history.

South Africa bowled out for 73 as Sri Lanka seal crushing 278-run victory

Dilruwan Perera claimed his second 10-wicket haul for Sri Lanka to secure a crushing 278-run victory in Galle as South Africa folded to their lowest Test score for 62 years on day three.

Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad tests positive for banned substance

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that Ahmed Shehzad tested positive for a banned substance.

Justin Langer says Australia can learn from ‘brilliant’ England

Justin Langer said Australia will learn from "brilliant" England after the tourists were given a limited-overs lesson by Eoin Morgan's side.

Destructive England batsman Jos Buttler promoted to T20 opener for Australia clash

Jos Buttler will open for England in Thursday's (AEST) Twenty20 against Australia after his stunning one-day internationals performances this month.

Brilliant Jos Buttler seals England whitewash over sorry Australia in Old Trafford thriller

A magnificent unbeaten century from England's Jos Buttler sealed a thrilling one-wicket victory and a 5-0 whitewash over Australia, denying the tourists what looked like being a consolation win at Old Trafford.

Mike Hussey fears Australia will be left with ‘mental scars’ after Trent Bridge demolition

Mike Hussey fears Australia could be left with "mental scars" from a humiliating onslaught at the hands of the England batsmen in a record-breaking one-day international at Trent Bridge on Tuesday.

England ‘put us to the sword’ says Australian captain Tim Paine after record-breaking defeat

Australia's embarrassing 242-run loss to England was the hardest game of cricket that skipper Tim Paine has ever played in his life.


Ireland’s first day of Test cricket starts and ends with a...

Score at close of play: Pakistan 268-6 (76 ovs) (Asad Shafiq 62, Faheen Ashraf 61no, Shadab Khan 52no, Haris Sohail 31, Sarfraz Ahmed 20; T Murtagh 2-33, S Thompson 2-51, B Rankin 2-58) Ireland’s first day of play in Test cricket started and ended with a bang with a dramatic first delivery opening affairs and a clap of thunder and a flash of lightning ending play at Malahide with Pakistan having firmly  taken the upper hand.