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Beyond the Boundary

With the 1st round of the ICC World T20 2012 done and dusted, Pakpassion looks ahead at whould should be a fascinating Super Eight stage.

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The stage was set around 16 years ago, a flamboyant 16 year old took the cricketing world by storm, stroking the fastest century ever in merely 37 balls, a record that still stands today, high and mighty above the rest. To his supporters, the day immediately made him a legend, destined for greatness and their view is unlikely to change – come what may.

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Pakpassion takes a closer look at the past, present and future superstars of Pakistan cricket. Is this an area in which we are falling behind other international teams?

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A day before South Africa and England continue their battle for the top ranking, Pakpassion looks at how this added competition has helped revive test cricket.

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Following the 1st test match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan, which contained a host of umpiring errors, Pakpassion.net considers why it is vital that the UDRS is rolled out across the board.

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Pakpassion considers why, despite all the inconsistency and off-field trouble. Pakistani cricket has developed such a diverse fan base all over the world.

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Pakpassion considers the complex relationship between the players, the fans, and the media.

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This weeks Beyond the Boundary discusses the importance of management supporting their newly-appointed supporting coaches, particularly given the unique motivational challenges posed by the Pakistan team.

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In our 13th year of existence, PakPassion.net is proud to maintain it's position as the standard bearer for excellence.

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The cricketing world was taken aback last week with the abrupt and unforeseen retirement from limited overs cricket of Kevin Pietersen. Considering that he is very much still in the prime of his career in all formats, the news was particularly hard to fathom for many.

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