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  1. Foolproof security for Zimbabwe cricket teamRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Nation

    Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui has said that fool proof security will be ensured to the Zimbabwe team during cricket matches in the metropolis, planned for next month. Revival of international cricket after six years is a cheerful occasion for everyone, the Commissioner said in response to a letter of Pakistan Cricket Board requesting for the arrangements and security of the Zimbabwe cricket team for the matches to be played at National Stadium, Karachi during their visit to Pakistan in May. "Sports for peace is our message", we feel pride in hosting Zimbabwe cricket team in the city" he remarked in response to PCB letter.

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  2. Thumbs UpRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    ... team preserved it for April 22 night, when they play their third and final game, again at this venue. After Zimbabwe, New Zealand and West Indies, Pakistan was the fourth Test playing nation against whom Bangladesh won a series. Bangladesh had ...

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  3. Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire, day one, tea: Hales scores brilliant...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Nottingham Evening Post

    ... while 17-year-old County Championship debutant Matthew Fisher took the key wicket of Brendan Taylor. The former Zimbabwe international had scored centuries in his first two games for Notts, but he was caught by Alex Lees at first slip edging an ...

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  4. Zaheer says old guards at PCB behind team's debacleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Nation

    ... decline in the fortunes of national team, when we had to suffer humiliating defeats at the hands of Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. I fear the day is not far when we might face defeat against Afghanistan and other minnows. " Zaheer said losing first one ...

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  5. King of swing Anderson passes Botham's recordRead the original story

    Saturday | The Star Online

    ... we couldn't find anything in that pitch whatsoever. We tried our hearts out." Anderson made his test debut against Zimbabwe in 2003 and has been the mainstay of England's pace attack for the last few years thanks to his ability to swing the ball. He ...

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  6. Somerset sign Chris Gayle for T20 BlastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    ... 60 runs at an average of 37.23 and recently made his highest ODI score of 215 in the West Indies World Cup win over Zimbabwe.

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  7. Nasir Hossain's brilliant catchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Star

    ... rt of his game. Three years into his debut in first class cricket, Nasir played his first international ODI against Zimbabwe at Harare on August 14, 2011. He scored 63 runs off 92 balls in the match.

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  8. Anderson proud to surpass BothamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | BBC News

    ... as long as possible." Anderson, who reached the milestone in his 100th Test, took five wickets on his debut against Zimbabwe at Lord's in 2003. "The difference is I now know my game inside out," he added. "That comes with experience and I've got ...

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  9. Swing King Anderson surpasses BothamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Indian Express

    ... we couldn't find anything in that pitch whatsoever. We tried our hearts out." Anderson made his Test debut against Zimbabwe in 2003 and has been the mainstay of England's pace attack for the last few years thanks to his ability to swing the ball. He ...

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  10. Botham leads Anderson tributesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Wandsworth Guardian

    ... Test matches, but an incredible feat for Jimmy to get past Ian Botham's record." Anderson made his debut against Zimbabwe at Lord's in May 2003 under Nasser Hussain, who was bursting with pride at the Lancashire bowler's achievement. "When I first ...

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  11. Well done, Windies, let's get even better from hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Jamaica Observer

    ... matches, behind South Africa and Australia, while West Indies are ranked at eighth, only ahead of Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. Indeed, prior to the start of the three-Test series, the attitude towards the West Indies team from many bordered on contempt, ...

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  12. 'King of swing' Anderson eclipses Botham's recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Rediff.com

    ... we couldn't find anything in that pitch whatsoever. We tried our hearts out." Anderson made his Test debut against Zimbabwe in 2003 and has been the mainstay of England's pace attack for the last few years thanks to his ability to swing the ball. He ...

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  13. West Indies vs. England: Winners and Losers from 1st TestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BleacherReport

    ... - which included 11 fours and two sixes - helped set up England's victory push. It also dismissed any idea of the Zimbabwe-born batsman being under pressure for his place. He now has a Test average of 61.50 and, barring a major loss of form or ...

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  14. Cricket: Anderson breaks Botham's English wicket recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | The Straits Times

    ... needing to survive for more than an hour with only three wickets in hand. Anderson, who made his Test debut against Zimbabwe at Lord's in 2003, has been England's bowling spearhead for the past six years following the departure of key pacers like ...

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  15. James Anderson eclipses Ian Botham's record as England are forced...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Daily Mail

    ... more international wickets than any other English bowler. Jimmy Anderson has had his ups and downs since claiming Zimbabwe's Mark Vermeulen as his first Test victim 12 years ago at Lord's but now he had finally overtaken Sir Ian Botham as the most ...

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  16. England bowler James Anderson takes 384th test wicket to break Ian Botham's national recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    James Anderson's journey to becoming England's leading wicket-taker in tests began with a swing-bowling clinic at the home of cricket. With his baggy shirt and blonde highlights in his hair, a 20-year-old Anderson steamed in at Lord's to take a five-wicket haul against Zimbabwe in his first test innings in May 2003.

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  17. James Anderson equals Ian Botham's record: Burnley's finest...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | The Independent

    ... Test. The Lancastrian got a flying start 12 years ago as a precocious fast bowler who made short work of fragile Zimbabwe batting in his first two Tests at the age of just 20, following up that same summer with notice of his world-class talent ...

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  18. Anderson overtakes Botham's recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | The Cricketer International

    ... of my mate. Really happy Cooky got the catch too." Anderson, who took a five-wicket haul on his Test debut against Zimbabwe at Lord's in May 2003, has developed a reputation as one of the best swing bowlers in world cricket and has enjoyed success ...

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  19. Jimmy Anderson breaks England bowling record with 384th Test match wicket to overtake Sir Ian BothamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Mirror.co.uk

    ... move clear of the great all-rounder. The Lancashire paceman took five wickets in his first ever Test match, against Zimbabwe at Lord's in 2003, and has gone on to cement his reputation as one of the all-time great technicians of swing bowling. His ...

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  20. Brendan Taylor admits 'dearth of money' behind Zimbabwe retirementRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Newkerala.com

    Zimbabwe's retired cricketer Brendan Taylor has admitted that the lack of financial security was the reason behind his decision to quit international cricket after the World Cup. Taylor amassed an impressive 433 runs, including two centuries, to finish fourth on the tournament's run-scorers list before moving to England for a three-year county stint with Nottinghamshire.

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