Mohammad Naukhez Arsalan

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Mohammad Naukhez Arslan is an author at ScoreLine and has written numerous articles published at ScoreLine.org. You can connect him on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter

Miandad’s Masterclass at The Oval

| July 9, 2022

Kennington Oval also referred to as Kia Oval for sponsorship purposes and located in the Southern part of London is…

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Pakistan in Australia 1976-77 Imran’s Twin Sixers at Sydney

| December 2, 2021

Pace is the ultimate weapon in a fast bowler’s arsenal. Whatever skill you may possess of swinging or reversing or…

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Quintessentially Pakistani, Sarfraz’s Melbourne Magic

| August 6, 2021

Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory or doing it the other way around is a trait which makes Pakistan…

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Mudassar Nazar: Remembering His Golden Spell

| March 15, 2021

England for some odd reason was regarded as the final frontier by our national sides of the sixties and seventies….

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Intikhab’s Invincibles

| January 9, 2021

What is common between the greatest ever batsman cricket has seen, the Australian Sir Donald George Bradman and our own…

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Remembering Gul Hameed Bhatti

| November 20, 2020

Whenever a list is compiled of leading selfless contributors to Pakistan cricket the name of Gul Hameed Bhatti will be…

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Zaheer Abbas: Flair, Panache & A Hunger For Runs

| November 15, 2020

There can be varied opinions about who is the best ever batsman to emerge from Pakistani soil. But when it…

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How the West Indies was won

| July 1, 2020

What if I told you that Haafiz Shahid, Moin-ul-Atiq, Naved Anjum, Aamer Malik, Zakir Khan and Ijaz Faqih were part…

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The Expendables

| September 8, 2019

All performers long to have a heroic and memorable swansong. To ride into the far away horizon like a knight…

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Asif Iqbal: The Rainmaker

| April 8, 2019

Of nimble feet and assertive words. A rebel who always delivered for his fellow cricketers. A true professional who knew…

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