Pakistan vs England: Saqlain Mushtaq highlights fluidity of national allegiances once players retire
Pakistan's Saqlain Mushtaq is set for another spell as an England coaching consultant, showing how national allegiances become when a cricketer retires.
England are in a spin in more ways than one as they head into the second Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford Friday looking to level the four-match series
Leggie Yasir Shah became the first Pakistani bowler in 20 years to top the ICC Test rankings after his heroics in the Lord's Test victory against England.
Yasir Shah was grateful for the wealth of leg-spin knowledge in the Pakistan camp after his 10-wicket Test haul set up victory over England at Lord's.
Pakistan's Yasir Shah said varying his pace had been behind his spectacular return to Test cricket at Lord's on Friday.
At stumps on the second day of the first Test at Lord's, England were 253 for seven in reply to Pakistan's first innings 339 -- a deficit of 86 runs, with Chris Woakes 31 not out.
Wasim Akram says expected hostility from England fans will not deter Mohammad Amir from leading his country's bowling attack when he returns to the Lord's.
According to sources, Delhi and Mushtaq decided against any formal announcements in view of the recent backlash in India over presence of Pakistani sportsmen there.