PSL 9: Shoaib Malik and Sana Javed’s Debut Public Appearance as a Married Couple

Shoaib Malik and Sana Javed, who recently got married, showed up in public for the first time together on Saturday. They were in Multan for the ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 9).

Videos from Geo News reveal Shoaib, the former captain of Pakistan’s cricket team, and Sana, who is an actress, walking side by side as they left the Multan Airport late at night.

Shoaib is part of Karachi Kings’ team for PSL 9. Their first match is against Multan Sultans at the Multan Cricket Stadium on Sunday.

The famous couple was spotted leaving the Multan airport and getting into a van, probably heading to a hotel where they will stay during the matches in Multan.

It’s their first public appearance since announcing their marriage in January, surprising many fans.

They shared pictures of their wedding on social media — on Twitter and Instagram, expressing gratitude and quoting, “Alhamdullilah. And We created you in pairs.”

PSL 9 will be held in four cities — Karachi, Lahore, Multan, and Rawalpindi. The final match will be at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi on March 18.

Similar to the last edition, PSL 9 will have two parts. The first part will have matches in Multan Cricket Stadium and Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium from February 17 to 27. Then, there will be matches in Rawalpindi’s Pindi Cricket Stadium and Karachi’s National Bank Stadium from February 28 to March 12. The playoffs will be entirely in Karachi.

Teams like Kings, Qalandars, Sultans, and United will play at their home grounds. Peshawar Zalmi will play four matches at Pindi Cricket Stadium. Quetta Gladiators will have matches in Karachi, Lahore, and Rawalpindi, with one match against Multan Sultans at Multan Cricket Stadium on February 25.

WPL 2024: Harmanpreet Kaur urges Mumbai Indians to maintain simplicity in their title defense campaign.

Harmanpreet Kaur said she wants Mumbai Indians (MI) to keep things simple as they try to win again in the Women’s Premier League (WPL). Last time, MI won the WPL by beating Meg Lanning’s Delhi Capitals (DC) in the final at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium. This made people think they will do well again this time.

At first, MI won five matches in a row and were at the top of the table. But then they fell to second place before playing against Alyssa Healy’s UP Warriorz. Even though it was tough, MI played well in important matches and won. Harmanpreet said that because they are champions, everyone will watch them closely next season. But she also said it’s important not to feel too much pressure.

Harmanpreet talked about the team’s way of thinking, saying, “We just want to do as well as we did last time, keep things simple, and enjoy playing cricket. Our goal is to give each player a clear job so they can play without feeling too much pressure. Even though people are paying more attention to us after last year’s win, we won’t make things harder for ourselves.”

She talked about building friendship and helping each other in the team. She also said coaches play a big part in making a supportive atmosphere. In the 2023 season, Harmanpreet did really well for MI, scoring the fourth-most runs with 281 runs from 10 matches. Her average was 40.14, and she had a strike rate of 135.09. She also made three half-centuries and her highest score was 65.

MI’s first game is on Friday, February 23, against the Capitals at Bangalore’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Harmanpreet started practicing with the MI team on Wednesday. Players like Issy Wong, Shabnim Ismail, and Nat Sciver-Brunt, who was the best player last season, are also in India for the tournament.

The Gujarat Giants have revealed their jersey for the Women’s Premier League 2024.

The second season of the WPL 2024 is almost here! It’s going to start in Bengaluru on February 23. The Gujarat Giants are all set for the tournament. They’ve shown off their new jerseys and have begun getting ready. At a special event, the team’s head coach Michael Klinger and Mentor Mithali Raj gave out the jerseys to the players. After that, they headed straight to their evening training session. Beth Mooney, who comes from Australia, will be leading the Giants as the captain. She’ll have Indian all-rounder Sneh Rana as her vice-captain. Their first match will be against the Mumbai Indians on February 25 at the Mi Chinnaswamy Stadium.

The team in orange is really excited and working hard in Bengaluru to get ready for the WPL. They’re training with a lot of enthusiasm as they get closer to their first match. Michael Klinger is the head coach, and Mithali Raj is there to guide them as Mentor and Advisor. Nooshin Al Khadeer, a famous Indian spinner, is coaching the team’s bowlers this season.

As the new WPL season starts, everyone’s feeling really excited. The Giants really want to make their fans proud, but they know they need to work hard. They’ve got clear plans and everyone knows their role in the team. They’re aiming to get better and better with each game. Coach Michael Klinger believes in them and says hard work and focus are key.

Mithali Raj thinks the WPL is super important for women’s cricket. She’s thankful for the support from Adani Sportsline. She says the team is a good mix of young players and experienced ones. Raj wants everyone to give their best in training and matches, so they can perform their best when it matters.

IND vs ENG: Ravichandran Ashwin Pulls Out of Rajkot Test Due to Family Medical Emergency

During the cricket match between India and England at Niranjan Shah Stadium in Rajkot, there’s some important news you should know about. Ravichandran Ashwin, a key player known for spinning the ball for India, won’t be playing because something urgent happened in his family. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed this after Day 2 of the Rajkot Test.

The BCCI really cares about Ashwin and his family. They think it’s really important for players and their families to be okay. They want everyone to be respectful and give Ashwin and his family some privacy during this hard time. The Board and the team said they’re going to help Ashwin and his family as much as they can. They also said a big thank you to the fans and the media for being understanding and supportive during this tough time.

Before this sad news, Ashwin did really well in the game. He scored 77 runs with Dhruv Jurel for the eighth wicket in India’s first innings. He also reached a big goal by getting his 500th Test wicket by dismissing Zak Crawley. This made him the second-fastest player to reach this goal in Test cricket. Ashwin is now the only Indian, besides Anil Kumble, to join the special 500-wicket club.

At the end of the day, Ashwin said his achievement was for his father, saying how important his father was to him. He was excited about the rest of the match, especially since England was behind by 238 runs and had 8 wickets left before he had to leave.

Ashwin not playing is a big loss for Team India. They won’t have one of their best bowlers, which will change how they play. They’ll also miss his batting skills later in the game. Since the match is close and spinners do well in India, Ashwin not playing could really change the final score by a lot.

Understand This is T20″: Rohit Sharma’s Funny Remark to Ravindra Jadeja on No Balls Goes Viral

Every so often, the leader of India’s cricket team, Rohit Sharma, says really funny things that make everyone laugh. Even when the game is intense, he manages to say something funny. This happened during the second India vs. England Test match in Rajkot. After India scored 445 runs in their first turn to bat, England, led by Ben Duckett, played aggressively and ended the day at 207/2 after 35 overs.

Besides Duckett scoring the fastest hundred for England, the Indian bowlers struggled. Even Ravindra Jadeja, who usually bowls well, made a couple of mistakes with no balls. To cheer up Jadeja, Rohit Sharma told him on the mic, “Jaddu, think of it like a T20 game. Don’t make no-ball mistakes.” Rohit Sharma encouraged  Jadeja to imagine he was playing a T20 match, where no-ball mistakes aren’t allowed.

A video of Rohit Sharma’s funny comment went viral:

IND vs ENG 3rd Test: England Trail By 238 Runs At Stumps On Day 2

Duckett’s 88-ball century changed the game. England is 238 runs behind India with 8 wickets left. Duckett will continue batting on Day 3 with Joe Root, who hasn’t scored much in this series. Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Siraj have taken wickets for India, but England’s strategy has given them a lot to think about for Day 3.

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