While Australia continued their domination on Day 2 of the Sydney Test, declaring their first innings on 538 for 8, after which Pakistan fought back hard to end with 126 for 2, the day’s play will be remembered more for two bizarre incidents that took place, one each from Pakistan and Australia’s side respectively
After a couple of day night Tests, it is back to traditional time in Australia as Steve Smith’s men host Pakistan for the second Test at the vast Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), better known as the Boxing Day Test
Pakistan were always expected to get the better of West Indies at Abu Dhabi. But, considering the fact that the visitors put up a spirited show in the opening Test, there were hopes that the second Test could also be a closely contested one
If Pakistan were told at the beginning of the Test series in England that the end result would be a 2-2 draw, they would have taken it without much complaints. After all, they did not arrive in England with a team of high pedigree.
A resolute century by Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq, a determined half century from Asad Shafiq, and a haul of four wickets for England pace bowler Chris Woakes left the opening Test at Lord's on Thursday equally poised
New Zealand skipper, Brendon McCullum, playing in his final Test, smashed the record for the fastest Test hundred, racing to one in just 54 balls, against New Zealand at Christchurch. Here’s presenting the list of top ten fastest hundreds in Test cricket