In a continuation of PP's Pakistani Legends series, Beyond the Boundary focuses on Shoaib Akhtar, controversial, injury-prone, but ever the entertainer.
In the light of the upcoming India-Pakistan series, the latest Beyond the Boundary discusses the impact of Abdul Kardar on the establishment of Pakistan as a force in world cricket.
As part of Pakpassion's on-going tribute to the legends of Pakistani cricket, this weeks 'Beyond the Boundary' piece looks back on the career of Waqar Younis, undoubtedly one of the best bowlers ever produced by a country rich with fast bowling resources.
In this weeks Beyond the Boundary segment, we attempt to answer a question which Cricket Fans have asked since time immemorial! - What makes a cricketer a legend?
This week's comment discusses the series between Pakistan All Star XI and International World XI completed over the weekend, the first time overseas internationals have played on Pakistani soil for over three years.
In exclusive remarks to PakPassion.net, Basit expressed his confidence in the arrangements for the upcoming games in Karachi and while praising the efforts of the organizers, hoped that this would be a firm step towards restoration of international cricket in Pakistan.
Following a discussion instigated by one of our members, this weeks Beyond The Boundary piece focuses on the impact of T20 Leagues around the world, and whether or not the format can produce a test quality player.
In this week's "Beyond The Boundary" piece, Pakpassion looks at the fallout from Pakistan's semi-final exit from the T20 WC.
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.
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.