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There have been numerous instances of cricketers being involved in bizarre controversies both on and off the field. Former India coach John Wright once revealed that he held Virender Sehwag by the collar after he got out playing a poor shot.

Former Pakistan batsman Younis Khan is regarded as one of the finest batsmen to have played the game at the highest level. He scored over 10,000 runs in Tests with 34 centuries at an average of 52.05. In ODIs as well, he hit 7,240 runs at an average of 31.24. However, Younis had a controversial reign as Pakistan’s skipper.

India and Pakistan will take on each other in the mother of all clashes on Sunday in the ICC Champions Trophy. Younis Khan is the latest to join the debate on who will win.

Veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan on Sunday put to rest rumours that he is reconsidering retirement after the West Indies tour. There were media reports claiming that Younis would reconsider his retirement plans if Pakistan needs his services.

Pakistan were always expected to get the better of West Indies at Abu Dhabi. But, considering the fact that the visitors put up a spirited show in the opening Test, there were hopes that the second Test could also be a closely contested one

After an unexpectedly close encounter in the first Test, the historic day-night game in Dubai, Pakistan and West Indies will lock horns in the second Test beginning at Abu Dhabi on Friday

Azhar Ali became Pakistan’s fourth triple centurion when he made 302 not out against West Indies in the first Test of the ongoing series at Dubai

Pakistan continued their great run in The Oval Test for the second consecutive day to clinch the match by an impressive margin of 10 wickets, and in the process draw the series 2-2. After Younis Khan took the game away from England on the previous day,

When the third day of the fourth and final Test at The Oval began, the game was well balanced. Although Pakistan had a slender lead of 12 runs, they had only four wickets left