In his latest article for FirstPost Sports, Saj explains why Fakhar Zaman's progress is remarkable given that he is certainly not one of those cricketers who have had the privilege of political backing, a silver spoon or indeed selectors who favoured him.
If the superb showing at Harare is an indication of the new ruthless drive to be the best, Pakistan cricket’s future looks as bright as ever in T20Is, writes Saj for FirstPost.
Currently playing in the North Staffs & South Cheshire Cricket League where he is representing Hem Heath Cricket Club, the Pakistan all-rounder spoke exclusively to PakPassion.net where he discussed his stint in club cricket, his disappointment of missing out in this year’s Pakistan Super League and his aspirations of playing for Pakistan in the 2019 World Cup.
The all-rounder spoke about his progress at Rishton CC in the Lancashire League, looked back at his career so far and reiterated his intentions to represent Pakistan in the future if given proper opportunities to do so.
Cheteshwar Pujara is expected to play an important part in the upcoming Test series between England and India. In an interview with Saj for Sky Sports, the 30-year-old Indian batsman discussed Afghanistan's inaugural Test , Virat Kohli's captaincy and how India can keep Jos Buttler quiet in their upcoming series with England.
Writing for FirstPost, Saj explains why to Shadab Khan, Pakistan can now also add the label of a more than able and dependable batsman too.
In his latest article for FirstPost, Saj explains why leading the ICC World XI at Lord's was a befitting way for the Pakistan legend to bow out of international cricket.
Adeel Shafique, an aspiring young cricketer from Nottingham described how this unique opportunity to don the wicket-keeping gloves for the Pakistan side in the warm-up match against Leicestershire came about.
Writing for Sky Sports, Saj explains how with the likes of Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan now moving onto pastures new, a new generation of role-models and heroes are starting to make a name for themselves.
With every delivery that swung for Mohammad Abbas, Pakistan seemed to have discovered someone who could fill the gap left by the absence of the skillful Mohammad Asif, writes Saj for FirstPost.