Shahzaib Hafeez

Shahzaib fanatically loves to write on Football.
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26 Feb
2011

Pakistan Beat The Favorite Sri-Lankans

Author | Shahzaib Hafeez

Pakistan defended the score of 277 runs in group B match as they beat the favorite Sri Lankans in Colombo, thanks to Misbah and Afridi for their brilliant performance. Pakistan’s innings stood out for its handling of the middle overs. Misbah and Younis Khan scored half-centuries and they post a good total of 277 runs. Two… Read More »

14 Feb
2011

Brazilian Ronaldo Ends His Career

Author | Shahzaib Hafeez

Brazilian icon Ronaldo has confirmed in a tearful press conference that he has scored his last goal and has confirmed his retirement from football. The 34-year-old had a glittering career, helping Brazil win two World Cups and being named FIFA World Player of the Year in 1996, 1997 and 2002. The former Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter… Read More »

4 Feb
2011

Top 10 Transfers Of Winter 2011

Author | Shahzaib Hafeez

The football season is at its peak and transfer period further shocked some football fans and gave smile on the faces of some football fans. We will have a look on the top transfer’s of winter 2011.   10. Simao Sabrosa (From Atletico Madrid to Besiktas) The ambitious Turkish side will gladly welcome an experienced… Read More »

5 Jan
2011

Happy 40th Birthday to “One Day Cricket”

Author | Shahzaib Hafeez

It was 5th January 1971, when the very first ODI was played between Australia and England at MCG ( Melbourne Cricket Ground – shown in the picture above). Now, a total of more than 3000 ODI matches have been played. ICC on 5th January 2011 has announced an all-time best ODI team in which only… Read More »

26 Dec
2010

Pakistan Go Down As Tim Southee Strikes Hat-trick

Author | Shahzaib Hafeez

New Zealand’s pace bowler Tim Southee took5 wickets in the space of just eight balls ripping apart Pakistan’s batting line-up to see his team beat Green Shirts in the First Twenty20 international in Auckland. The Kiwis held Pakistan to 143-9 after winning the toss in Auckland. Martin Guptill then hit four sixes in striking 54… Read More »