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    Pakistan Blind Cricket Team thread

    A 20-member squad of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council leaves for India on Saturday to participate in the World Blind T-20 tournament commencing from Tuesday.

    Teams from Pakistan, India, Australia, Bangladesh, England, Nepal, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies are taking part in the tournament.

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    Aiming to win hearts, Pak blind cricket team arrives

    At a time when India has taken a stand to not play Pakistan in any bilateral series due to cross-border tension, the neighbouring nation’s blind cricket team arrived in India, bringing with it a ray of hope.

    The team is here to participate in the T20 World Cup, which is being organised by the Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI).

    A 20-member contingent, consisting of 17 players and five officials of the Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC), was today received by Punjab Sports Association for Blind president Gurpreet Singh Chahal and general secretary Parminder Singh at the Attari-Wagah joint checkpost.

    “We have come to win hearts, leave aside winning or losing,” Abdul Razzak, the coach of the Pakistan team, said before the team left for New Delhi to be part of Sunday’s opening ceremony.

    “The bilateral cricket ties between India and Pakistan have been suspended for long due to cross-border tension. Cricket fans of both countries have been missing out on this intense sports rivalry. I think that we may be fortunate enough to be the first drop of the rain that brings along peace between the two countries,” he added.

    PBCC chief Syed Sultan Shah blamed the politicians for the tension.

    “It’s all created by the politicians of both the countries. People of Pakistan want to come to India and I am sure that Indians too want the same,” he said.

    Shah said they were “fortunate” enough to not face any visa hiccups.

    The T20 World Cup, from January 30 to February 12, will also feature Australia, England, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka Bangladesh, Nepal and West Indies. Pakistan will play New Zealand in New Delhi on January 30.

    http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/spo...es/356548.html

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    And if i remember correctly our blind team has way better record in winning world cups and vs india in world cups then our normal time, wish these normal players have half the passion of these special players and we could have been a decent team atleast.


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    So Blind cricketers are allowed in India?

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    Pakistan toughest opponent: Indian blind cricket team coach


    Pakistan’s squad is going to be the toughest opponent, said coach of Indian blind cricket team, Patrick Rajkumar, on Friday (January 27).

    Rajkumar was speaking to reporters at an event in New Delhi where the Blind Cricket World Cup T20 begins on Sunday (January 29). The matches will begin on Monday (January 30) with the defending champions India taking on Bangladesh.

    “The toughest opponent would be the Pakistan team because they have been our opponents in all the three versions of the finals. But along with them we also look at England and Sri Lanka as another upcoming team,” said Rajkumar.

    Teams of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, England, Australia, West Indies, South Africa and New Zealand, apart from the hosts, will be participating in the tournament.

    The much-anticipated clash between India and Pakistan will take place at New Delhi’s Ferozeshah Kotla stadium on February 01.

    A player of Indian blind cricket team and former captain, Shekhar Naik, said the squad would just focus on its game and not fret about anything else.

    “Even if the score is big or small, what do we have to do? We have to play cricket. When we won the World Cup in South Africa in first 40 overs, we had to chase 389 runs. If we had just thought of it like that, we would have lost. So, what did we do? We just played cricket. You just score runs and keep on playing cricket. You will automatically achieve the score and you will win. That should be the hope,” said Naik.

    In a first, the World Cup matches will be held across cities. Apart from the national capital, matches will also be held in Bengaluru, Mumbai and Hyderabad, among others.

    The two-week long tournament will conclude at Bengaluru’s M Chinnaswamy stadium on February 12.


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    PAK Blind Cricket Team are chasing 112/7 set by Blindcaps


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    New Zealand Blindcaps
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    PAK Blind Cricket Team
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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    New Zealand Blindcaps 112/7 20.0 overs lost to PAK Blind Cricket Team 117/0 7.2 overs


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    Man 112 runs chased in 7.2 overs, i know rules are somewhat different, but our normal team can just dream to pull such a thing.


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    Goodness me

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    T20 Blind Cricket World Cup: Munir stars as Pakistan down New Zealand


    KARACHI: An all-round performance by Badar Munir guided Pakistan Blind Cricket Team to a win in their opening match of the T20 Blind Cricket World Cup as they defeated New Zealand by 10 wickets at the Siri Fort Sports Complex in New Delhi, India on Monday.

    Asked to bat first, New Zealand lost their opener in the first over as Munir dismissed him in just his third delivery of the match. New Zealand’s top scorer Marquele McCaskill (27) and Parveen Shankar (12) were run out by Israr Hassan and New Zealand lost nine wickets for 112 runs as Muhammad Jamil took two wickets for 11 runs.

    In reply, Pakistan reached the target in just 7.2 overs without losing a wicket as Munir struck 17 fours and a six in his 35-ball 92-run knock to build an unbeaten partnership of 117 runs with Mohsin, who made 15 off 12 balls hitting a four.

    In the other match, India defeated Bangladesh by 129 runs in their opening match of the tournament.

    Pakistan and India are leading the table and will face England and West Indies respectively on Tuesday.

    Pakistan Blind Cricket Council President Syed Sultan Shah expressed his delight after Pakistan’s impressive showing in the opening match. “Winning by such a huge margin against New Zealand is great achievement by the players. This win will help the players in the upcoming matches,” Shah told The Express Tribune from India.

    He added that the team is confident about their next match against England. “England are a tough team and we will have to do more to beat them. However, the way Munir played today, he deserves the appreciation.”

    Meanwhile, Pakistan captain Muhammad Jamil said that the team is hoping for an equally strong performance against England. “All the players are in good form and we are hopeful of putting in the same level of performance in the second match as well.”

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/1311667/...w-zealand/?111

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    India CAB 279/5 (20.0 ov)
    Bangladesh BBCC 150/7 (20.0 ov)
    India, CAB - Won by 129 runs


    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Team P W L NR Points
    PAK 1 1 0 10.354 3
    IND 1 1 0 6.45 3
    BAN 1 0 1 -6.45 0
    NZ 1 0 1 -10.354 0
    WI 0 0 0 0 0
    SL 0 0 0 0 0
    AUS 0 0 0 0 0
    SA 0 0 0 0 0
    ENG 0 0 0 0 0
    NEP 0 0 0 0 0


    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Muhammad Akram - the century scorer

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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    PAK Blind Cricket Team
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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Wow he looks so much like Younis Khan.

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    How do they play and what are the rules. Have absolutely no idea.

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    Rules

    The rules of blind cricket are based on the standard Laws of cricket with some essential modifications.

    In terms of playing equipment, the major adaptation is the ball, which is significantly larger than a standard cricket ball and filled with ball bearings. The size allows partially sighted players to see the ball and the contents allow blind players to hear it. The wicket (stumps) is also larger, to allow partially sighted players to see and blind players to touch it in order to correctly orient themselves when batting or bowling.

    Various other modifications to the rules apply. Verbal signals are widely used both by umpires and players: in particular, the bowler must shout 'Play!' as he releases the ball. The delivery is required to pitch at least twice when bowled to a completely blind batsman (once when bowled to a partially sighted batsman), but must not be rolling. Totally blind batsmen cannot be out stumped, and must be found to be LBW twice before going out. Totally blind fielders are allowed to take a catch on the bounce.

    Segregation of Players


    There are a total number of 11 players in the two teams playing the match.
    Each team has four players who are totally blind, categorised under B1. Three players, partially blind, categorized under B2 and four players, partially sighted, categorized under B3.

    Ball (Auditory Ball) The ball used is significantly larger than the regular cricket ball and is filled with ball bearings that provide audible cues.

    Stumps The stumps used are also much larger than regular cricket stumps. It made up of hollow metal pipes, it should have three tubular stumps that is either fluorescent orange or yellow and many more.


    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Pakistan 296/4 (20 overs) defeated England 199/5 (20 overs) by 97 runs.

    MOTM: Muhammad Akram




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    England opened their T20 Blind World Cup account with a 95-run loss as they failed to chase down 294 against Pakistan in Delhi.

    Captain Luke Sugg opted to bowl first after winning the toss and England got the early breakthrough in the fifth over when Ed Hossell dismissed Badar Munir for 20 to leave Pakistan 48 for one.

    The England bowling attack failed to capitalise on the early momentum, however, with Pakistan's Muhammad Akram and Riasat Khan putting on 141 for the second wicket.

    Matthew Dean eventually broke up the partnership in the 14th when he caught and bowled Akram, who departed for 103.

    Khan went on to make 82 before being run out by Sugg and Pakistan finished on 293 for four from their 20 overs.

    England struggled to build momentum in their chase, losing three wickets – Dan Field, Nathan Foy and Matthew Dean – in the first eight overs.

    After also losing Justin Hollingsworth, Matthew Page and Sugg, they failed to keep up with the required rate and closed out the innings on 199 for six.

    Peter Blueitt, who made his international debut during a home Ashes series in 2011, was the pick of England's batsmen – accounting for more than a third of his side's total with an unbeaten 70.

    Blueitt is one of England's B1 (completely blind) players.

    Sugg and his team-mates will look to bounce back quickly when they face New Zealand in their second group match tomorrow.

    England Visually Impaired squad

    Luke Sugg – Warwickshire (captain)
    Amin Afshari – Kent
    Peter Blueitt – Yorkshire
    Matthew Dean – London Metro
    Nathan Foy – Warwickshire
    Daniel Field – Sussex
    Justin Hollingsworth – Warwickshire
    Edward Hossell – Somerset
    Rory Hossell – Somerset
    Gareth Jones – London Metro
    Mahomed Khatri – Warwickshire
    Simon Ledwith – Sussex
    James Millard – Sussex
    Matthew Page – London Metro
    Mark Turnham – Warwickshire

    England T20 Blind World Cup group stage fixtures

    31 January 2017 – England v Pakistan (England lose by 95 runs)
    1 February 2017 – England v New Zealand
    2 February 2017 – England v India
    3 February 2017 – England v Sri Lanka
    4 February 2017 – England v South Africa
    5 February 2017 – England v Bangladesh
    7 February 2017 – England v Nepal
    8 February 2017 – England v Australia
    9 February 2017 – England v West Indies

    World Cup knockout fixtures

    11 February 2017 – semi-finals
    12 February 2017 – final


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    Ok so the big one tomorrow

    India v Pakistan 11am IST


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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Where can we follow the live score?
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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    I have been a big critic of international cricket in pakistan at the moment but Pakistan is successfully conducting an international skiing tournament in pakistan and that too in swat ( remember sufi Mohammad and taliban). This should be viewed as a major success for pakistan , its the area which is past has seen a lot of terrorism and i think pakistan should advertise it as a very important step towards safety of foreign athletes



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    India 204/5 - 20.0 overs


    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    India CAB 204/5 (20 overs)

    Pakistan Blind Cricket Team 205/3 (15.3 overs)

    Pakistan Blind Cricket Team Won by 7 wickets

    MOTM: Muhammad Zafar 88* (52)
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    Wow... Pakistan is beating everyone very easily. Good Job guys

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    Congrats to all the teams. No losers here. All are winners.

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    Congratulations to the Pakistani team defeated us easily.


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    Atleast we can beat india in cricket in some form, that too in a world cup.


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    Is that a blank cheque in second picture?

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    Most probably will meet again in finals!

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    Boy!! this pak team is a terrific outfit, demolishing teams with ease. Should be an example for the international side.

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    Wow we beat India and no real coverage?

    O think the thread title should at least be changed.

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    Great performances by the team thus far, hopefully this form is maintained all the way through and they return with the trophy in hand.


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    There goes the streak!


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    Pak shouldn't have gone. I recall some years back when the Indian's tried to poison our blind players. That's how low our neighbour can get.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PakLFC View Post
    Pak shouldn't have gone. I recall some years back when the Indian's tried to poison our blind players. That's how low our neighbour can get.
    Actions of individual do not represent the whole country. On top of that, the management of the hotel was suspended while our own chairman said this incident won't affect our ties.


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    Sri Lanka CAB
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    Quote Originally Posted by PakLFC View Post
    Pak shouldn't have gone. I recall some years back when the Indian's tried to poison our blind players. That's how low our neighbour can get.




    http://www.dawn.com/news/769857/indi...-consumes-acid

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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakLFC View Post
    Pak shouldn't have gone. I recall some years back when the Indian's tried to poison our blind players. That's how low our neighbour can get.
    That's disgraceful if true. They should have filed a lawsuit and informed the highest sporting bodies regarding this criminal conspiracy. Should have boycotted as you said.

    I can totally sympathise with folks like you, I won't be surprised if such an activity had tacit understanding from the higher authorities, our nation is run by thugs and fascists, which is a tragic end to our glorious legacy.

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    Sri Lanka 164/7 20.0 overs
    Pakistan Blind Cricket Team 9/0 1.0 overs


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    PAK Blind Cricket Team 165/5 - won by 5 wickets


    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Superman.


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    Aaaand, what was the answer to this bit, how the heck someone leaves that stuff in a plastic bottle in the room of a blind cricketer? That makes no sense at all!

    “However, what we want to know from the hotel management, who have orally apologised to us, is how such an incident happened and who is responsible for such negligence,” Shah said, according to the Press Trust of India."

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    Munir's the man yet again for Pakistan

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    KARACHI: A formidable opening partnership between Badar Munir and Amir Ashfaq helped Pakistan Blind Cricket team notch their fourth consecutive victory in the ongoing T20 World Cup for Blind as they defeated Sri Lanka by five wickets at the Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on Thursday.

    After opting to bat first, Sri Lanka were restricted to 164-7 in their allotted 20 overs as Munir and Sajid Nawaz took a wicket apiece for 18 and 28 runs respectively, while half of the Islanders’ line-up was ran out.

    With 22 runs to his name, Dimuthu Ravindra top-scored for Sri Lanka, whereas Ruwan Wasantha and Suranga Sampath chipped in with innings of 20 runs each.

    In reply, Pakistan reached the 165-run target for the loss of five wickets and with 16 deliveries to spare.

    Munir scored 49 off 31 deliveries, hitting six fours and a six as he shared a partnership of 77 runs with Ishfaq, who contributed 36 off 23 balls to his team’s winning cause.

    Muhammad Akram’s 27-ball 31 also came in handy.

    Suranga Sampath was the pick of Sri Lankan bowlers as he took two wickets for 25 runs, while Ravindra and Pathum Saman Kumara took a wicket each for 39 and 36 runs respectively.

    Munir, who is now among the top-four run scorers of the tournament, expressed his delight at yet another brilliant knock at the top of the order.

    “I am glad that I was able to score the runs that helped the team win once more. I hope to keep on scoring runs in the next few matches to reach the top of the batting charts,” Munit told The Express Tribune.

    “I was also able to take a wicket which was a bonus for both me and the team. We are a good team and have gelled together perfectly, which is helping us win our matches by big margins,” he added.

    Meanwhile, team captain Muhammad Jamil feels that even though Pakistan are the best team in the tournament, they should be wary of their February 9 opponents Australia, who also have a 100% record in the tournament so far.

    “Australia are also scoring big runs and are a good team, one that will give us a tough time in our last group match,” said Jamil. “It is good that we’re playing them last as it will allow us enough time to practice and get used to the conditions.”

    In the other matches, Australia trounced New Zealand by eight wickets, India thrashed England by 10 wickets, Nepal inflicted a six-wicket defeat on South Africa, whereas Bangladesh routed West Indies by eight wickets.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1315202...-yet-pakistan/

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    Magnificent performance by the team MashAllah.

    Making the nation proud MashAllah!

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    Pakistan playing Nepal at the moment

    Nepal CAB 57/3 in 13.0 overs


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    Nepal CAB Nepal 61/5 15.0 overs


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    Nepal CAB Nepal 116/8 (20.0 overs)

    Pakistan needs 117 to win


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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Pakistan
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    Aaj ka kaam kal karo, Kal ka kaam parson. Aisi bhi jaldi kya hai, Jab jeena hai barson.

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    Nepal CAB Nepal
    116/8 20.0 overs

    Pakistan PAK Blind Cricket Team
    117/0 7.5 overs

    PAK Blind Cricket Team - Won by 10 wickets


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    Wow, another comprehensive win... Pakistani Blind Team should go easy on other teams.

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    Ruthless

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    Pakistan HC stresses on resumption of sports ties with India


    KARACHI: The resumption of sports ties between Pakistan and India will be beneficial for better connections between the two countries, Pakistan’s High Commissioner in New Delhi said.

    He was hosting a reception for the Pakistani team participating in the T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup being played in India, says a message received here on Friday.

    It said that the reception was hosted at the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi on Thursday.

    The High Commissioner and other officials welcomed the Pakistan team and appreciated its success in the event so far.

    Syed Sultan Shah, Chairman of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council, thanked the High Commissioner for invitation.

    He was of the view that participation of the Pakistan blind cricket team in the world cup in India will be an `ice-breaker to resume sports ties between two neighbours’. –APP

    https://www.samaa.tv/sports/2017/02/...es-with-india/

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    Pakistan qualifies for blind World T20 Championship semifinal

    Pakistan on Friday qualified for the semifinal of the blind World T20 Championship 2017, being played in India after, it defeated Nepal by 10 wickets, said a statement issued by Pakistan Cricket Board.

    According to the statement, this was Pakistan's fifth consecutive victory in the ongoing mega event.

    With the victory against Nepal, Pakistan sealed its place on the top of the points table, read the statement.

    In the match played at New Delhi's Dawarka Sports Complex, Nepal made 116 runs for the loss of eight wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Sunil Rana was the top scorer with 40 runs.

    Sanaullah grabbed two wickets while Riasat Khan and Muhammad Ayaz claimed one wicket each.

    In reply, Pakistan achieved the target in 7.5 overs without losing any wicket.

    Riasat Khan and Matiullah remained unbeaten after making 56 and 50 runs respectively. Riasat was declared the "man of the match for his overall performance.

    Pakistan will play its next league match against South Africa in Bangalore on February 6.

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1312497/pak...ship-semifinal

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    Well done lads, bring the cup home, again!

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    They have been thrashing teams left and right,hopefully someone gives them competition.


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    Kudos to the Pak team, they have been the Australia of this tournament.

    Ruthless against all sides.

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    Our national team should take inspiration from the blind team. Well done lads, bring it home.

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    Fantastic.

    Hats off to the lads.

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    I was surprised to learn that blind cricket governing body in India is not sponsored by BCCI.

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    ^^^Ghatiya blinds (BCCI), poor blinds ko sponsor nahin ker rahaay...now that is not a surprise, just a reality!

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    South Africa BCSA 100/9, 20.0 overs
    Pakistan PAK Blind Cricket Team 49/1 3.0 overs


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    102/1, 5.1 overs , Pakistan, PAK Blind Cricket Team - Won by 9 wickets


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    5 overs!?

    These boys treating it like Stick Cricket!

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    Itna score to mein stick cricket mein bhi nahin kar pata... good job boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    South Africa BCSA 100/9, 20.0 overs
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    102/1, 5.1 overs , Pakistan, PAK Blind Cricket Team - Won by 9 wickets
    Brilliant MashAllah

    Guessing it's an Indo-Pak Final?

    When is the Final?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    South Africa BCSA 100/9, 20.0 overs
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    102/1, 5.1 overs , Pakistan, PAK Blind Cricket Team - Won by 9 wickets
    : they are playing Ea cricket 2007 on one star level.
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    3 overs 49 runs and then 5.1 over and game finished .
    53 runs in 2 overs wow

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    Bangladesh BBCC 55/3,6.2 overs


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    Pakistan, PAK Blind Cricket Team - Won by 151 runs


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