Misbah to step down as Pakistan chief selector


Karachi: Former captain Misbah-ul-Haq today said he will be stepping down as Pakistan’s chief selector on November 30 to focus on his role as head coach of the national cricket team.

Auckland

NZ’s oldest surviving Test cricketer Reid dies at 92

New Zealand’s oldest surviving Test cricketer and former captain John Reid died here at the age of 92. Reid captained New Zealand in 34 Tests, including the country’s first three victories. Reid played 246 First-Class games and scored 16128 runs, while taking 466 wickets.

Cologne

Verdasco extends Murray’s losing run

Andy Murray suffered another first-round loss as Fernando Verdasco exploited the Brit’s fragile serve to win 6-4 6-4 in the Cologne Indoors. Agencies 



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