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Cricket World Cup 2015
AB de Villiers says South Africa did not show enough "fight" as they succumbed to defeat against Pakistan.
Pakistan boosted their hopes of making the World Cup quarter-finals with a thrilling 29-run Duckworth-Lewis victory over South Africa in their rain-affected match in Auckland.
Pakistan go into their World Cup Group B game with South Africa on Saturday knowing victory would leave their chances of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the competition in their own hands.
Cricket World Cup: Pakistan are gaining in confidence ahead of South Africa game, says Javed Miandad
Guest ICC columnist Javed Miandad says that Pakistan are growing in confidence ahead of their clash against South Africa on Saturday, with their batsmen, in particular, starting to fire...
Guest writer, Sajid Sadiq, of www.pakpassion.net, ponders whether Pakistan can dream of a return of international cricket to the country...
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- World Cup: Mohammad Irfan's 4-30 earns Pakistan victory over Zimbabwe
- Pakistan's Moin Khan given hostile reception following untimely casino visit
- Younus Khan insists he is not retiring from ODI cricket after World Cup
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- Worcestershire secure Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal for third spell
- Mohammad Amir: Pakistan seamer's return from spot-fixing ban has divided opinion
- World Cup: Misbah-ul-Haq encourages struggling Pakistan to learn from mistakes
- Cricket World Cup: Misbah-ul-Haq's 'weak' leadership is not helping Pakistan, says Javed Miandad
- World Cup: West Indies thump Pakistan by 150 runs in Christchurch
- Tonight at the cricket