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.
In an interview with Saj (for FirstPost), Pakistan fast-bowler Hasan Ali opens up on 'special' Lord's win and the team's desire to push for a series win.
In an exclusive interview, the 34-year-old batsman discussed the advantages of Pakistani players playing club cricket in England and talked about his hopes of someday making it to the Pakistan side.
In his latest article for FirstPost, Saj reviews a stunning Pakistani team effort which lead to victory against a fancied England side.
Pakistan buried the ghosts of their infamous 2010 tour by drawing 2-2 with England in 2016 under the inspirational leadership of Misbah-ul-Haq. Ahead of this week's series, the former captain reflects on that journey and gives Saj Sadiq his verdict on the current squad…
Plucked from relative obscurity when he was picked by the Pakistan Super League side Islamabad United, the now 19-year-old Shadab Khan’s rise from a precocious promising leg-spinner to an established all-rounder in the Pakistan limited overs sides has simply been phenomenal. Seldom has a young cricketer inspired so much interest from fans and confidence from the team management as has Shadab whereby at even this young age, he has already played 17 ODIs and 16 T20Is and has represented his country in two Tests.
Writing for Sky Sports, Saj profiles a battle-hardened Sarfaraz Ahmed who now has the chance to prove he can rise to the challenge of captaining Pakistan in all formats.
Pakistan survived an almighty scare to beat Test debutants Ireland by five wickets - so how will they fare against England this week? Saj (writing for Sky Sports) casts his eye over the tourists' squad.
Frustrated at not winning back his Test place, Salman Butt tells Saj Sadiq (for Sky Sports) why inexperience could cost Pakistan dear in the upcoming Test series against England.