It has indeed been a rollercoaster ride for fans of Pakistan cricket as the team which started the tournament as underdogs has in the space of three games, catapulted itself to the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy.
Writing for FirstPost Sports, Saj feels that Pakistan's current winning streak is a direct consequence of the bowling attack adopting an attacking brand of cricket.
Pakistan easily chased down 212 with almost 13 overs to spare after a fantastic performance by the bowlers to limit England to a below-par total.
In an interview to Saj for FirstPost Sports, Mohammad Amir explains why after his five year exile, the pace bowler is now ready to move on and is hungry for wickets.
In just two matches, the 27-year-old hard-hitting batsman has added an ingredient that was lacking in Pakistan’s openers.
Junaid’s current form will be important if Pakistan are to challenge England and dream of a place in the final on 18 June at The Oval.
In his latest article for FirstPost Sports, Saj writes about how Pakistan, a team ridiculed for its lack of effort, seemed to have undergone a transformation within a few days to earn a place in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy.
Pakistan were 162/7 before the two batsmen put on an unbroken 75-run partnership to take the team to the knockouts.
Pakistan pacer stated that Pakistan-India encounters were always special for both set of players.
The former Pakistan captain spoke about the direction in which the team is heading under coach Mickey Arthur.
Writing for FirstPost Sports, Saj explains why the unpredictable tag has been restored for Pakistan due to their Champions Trophy triumph against South Africa.