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  1. Pakistan and Australia Test series will being on Friday with the first Test of three-match series at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium
  2. Rizwan acknowledges Pakistan needs to improve in fielding department, says team has learned from mistakes
  3. PCB says it will be difficult for Pakistan team to keep traveling from one city to another before New Zealand series
  4. Cricketers Shaheen Afridi and Rizwan will be rested while Hasnain and Sharjeel Khan can be included in playing XI: sources
  5. Although nothing has been communicated expressly, "we have been told to be prepared," says a PCB official
  6. One of the most important laws of life is to change with the seasons. And as we step into the colder months of the year, it's time to ditch the old shorts and sandals and switch to sweatshirts and boots. However, besides our clothes, another thing that changes is our fragrance. Light, citrusy fragrances travel with great ease in the summer while a heavy eaux de parfum with the warm notes of leather, spice and amber are more suitable for winter. Whether these perfume prescriptions are to be followed or not, we leave that up to you. But what we know for sure is that you want the best. And heck, you deserve the best. So, without further ado, we present the best perfumes for men who want to add a smidgen of confidence to their fall look: 1. Smooth By All Good ScentsWhat makes a man’s scent appealing? Is it the warmth of musk and clove, the clean and fresh texture of thyme, citruses and bergamot or the masculine attitude of woody whiffs? We’d vote for all. Smooth is one such perfume that takes a timeless, boundless and suave approach to make space in your heart and of course, on your shelf. __ECOMPRODUCT__789__ 2. Rockstar By All Good ScentsRockstar is for anyone who unapologetically stands at the centre of a stage and knows how to work the crowd. This confident fragrance boosts of aromatic cardamon, citruses, smoothness and calm of lavender and bergamot. __ECOMPRODUCT__790__ 3. Ammunition By UstraaThis enigmatic scent is for men who know exactly what they want but may prefer to keep it a secret. Perfect for a special night, Ammunition is a deep, intense and mysterious fragrance. __ECOMPRODUCT__791__ 4. Luxury Fragrance By MensXP ShopIf we could use a few words to describe this one, we would go for - woody, electric yet calming and fresh. That’s what a blend of Calabrian bergamot, Sichuan pepper, lavender and nutmeg does to you. Calabrian bergamot makes this perfume smell fresh yet bitter, nutmeg adds a slight woody sense to it. Basically, makes it more masculine without overwhelming you. But it’s the intoxicating notes of Sichuan pepper you will love the most. __ECOMPRODUCT__550__ 5. Foxtrot By AeronotThere’s something sexy about the balance between strength and vulnerability. And even when you can’t put a finger on it, you know that’s the right kind of blend. Foxtrot is just the scent for you if you’re looking for a gentle, everyday fragrance that gives you an approachable vibe, with a pinch of the warm sweetness of oud and spices. __ECOMPRODUCT__792__ 6. Icarus By AeronotDo you genuinely like powerful, strong and intense fragrances? Well, in that case, you will love this unique combination of violet leaf, pink pepper, vetiver and basil. This whiff has a masculine characteristic that’s perfect for any man who enjoys the company of nature as much as he believes in his own strength. __ECOMPRODUCT__793__ 7. Arise By All Good ScentsHave you ever taken a walk in an evergreen forest? If you have, the notes of atlas cedar in Arise will take you back to that. But if you haven’t, try to remember the woody scent of a pencil case. Now, add some freshness to it and there you have it, a great base for winter perfumes. This long-lasting and mysterious fragrance mixes the notes of cedar with orange, pepper and rosebay which makes it the perfect perfume for men who want to make a lasting impression. __ECOMPRODUCT__478__ Final ThoughtsOne perfume alone doesn’t feel enough? Then, perhaps you’re the kind of man who wants it all. Try layering perfumes. It’s a concept spearheaded by Jo Malone, a British perfumer. Combining fragrances allows you to wear multiple scents of your choice at a time. It frees you to break the seasonal boundaries and create your own concoction of warm and fresh perfumes. So, show some self-love and go for a scent that brings out the best in you, because you’re worth it. Explore More View the full article
  7. Pak vs Zim: The Pakistani squad will now start preparations for the three-match ODI series at the Gaddafi Stadium
  8. Dirilis: Ertugrul has smashed previous television records in Pakistan. Imran Khan says 'I warned against copying the west and Bollywood alike'
  9. The batting legend said matches between the two countries will lead to better relations between the two countries. Photo: AFP ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan captain and batting legend Javed Miandad has said he wants to see regular Pakistan and India...
  10. Pakistan Test Captain Sarfraz Ahmed. Photo: File Sri Lanka will be playing the first Test of a three-match series against Pakistan in Sheikh Zayed Stadium (Abu Dhabi) tomorrow. Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed and Sri Lankan captain Dinesh Chandimal will attend the trophy unveiling ceremony scheduled today. Pakistan will step into a new Test era without retired batting greats Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq when they take on Sri Lanka in the first Test in Abu Dhabi from Thursday. Playing without Younis and Misbah is unaccustomed territory for Pakistan, who haven't had a Test featuring either of the talismanic, prolific pair in seven years. It comes as they prepare to welcome the return of full international cricket to their home country next month, when Sri Lanka visit for a Twenty20 game in Lahore. Together, Younis and Misbah have appeared in 193 Tests, accumulating 15,331 runs, 44 centuries and 15 century stands between them, briefly lifting the team to the top of the Test rankings in August last year. They have dominated the batting at Pakistan´s venues in United Arab Emirates (UAE), where they have been forced to play home games since a deadly terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in 2009. The pair made Pakistan so invincible that they have not lost any of the nine series they have played in UAE, with new captain Sarfraz Ahmed admitting it will be tough to replace them. "Obviously, it´s not easy to fill the void they left as they were the backbone of our batting," said Sarfraz. "Their contributions were immense but now we have to move on." Younis is not only Pakistan´s highest Test runs scorer, with 10,099, but the slips fielding specialist also holds the national record of 139 catches in 118 Tests. Misbah´s calm influence as a batsman, as well as skipper, will also be tough to replace. Squads: Pakistan: Sarfraz Ahmed (capt), Azhar Ali, Shan Masood, Sami Aslam, Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq, Haris Sohail, Usman Salahuddin, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Asghar, Bilal Asif, Mir Hamza, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Abbas, Wahab Riaz Sri Lanka: Dinesh Chandimal (capt), Lahiru Thirimanne (vice-capt), Dimuth Karunaratne, Kaushal Silva, Kusal Mendis, Sadeera Samarawickrama, Roshen Silva, Niroshan Dickwella, Rangana Herath, Lakshan Sandakan, Dilruwan Perera, Suranga Lakmal, Nuwan Pradeep, Vishwa Fernando, Lahiru Gamage Umpires: Ian Gould (ENG) and Nigel Llong (ENG) TV umpire: Richard Kettleborough (ENG) ICC match referee: Andy Pycroft (ZIM)
  11. The second Test match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in March, 2009 is not remembered for the cricket that was played. Not many remember that Thilan Samaraweera scored a remarkable second double-century in successive Tests, or that Umar Gul toiled for a day and a half to earn a six-wicket haul. All that we remember from that Test, and especially before the third day's play, is the act of cowardice by the terrorists who targeted a cricket team to disrupt normalcy. On 3 March, the Sri Lankan team was on its way to the iconic Gaddafi stadium in Lahore to resume third day's play in the second Test. But, as the team made its way towards the Liberty Square, 12 gunmen launched a multi-pronged attack on the Lankan convoy. © Reuters Using RPGs, hand grenades and guns, the attackers took aim at the bus carrying the cricketers. The Pakistani driver of the team's bus was shot, but in a remarkable feat of endurance and extraordinary presence of mind, he managed to drive the team away from the assault to relative safety. Tragically, eight people were killed and those injured included seven Lankan cricketers and staff members. The match was abandoned and the Lankan side was safely flown back home. A day that had begun with a promise of exciting cricket, sadly turned into one of the darkest hours in the history of the sport. It was the worst attack on an international sports team since the infamous Munich Olympics in 1972. Though all the terrorists were either killed or detained, the damage was already done. Pakistan lost its reputation of successfully hosting international cricket matches. The country became a no-go zone for most cricket-playing nations. And, an entire generation of Pakistani fans were robbed of the right to watch international cricket in their own country. © Reuters Fast forward to 12th September 2017, the Gaddafi stadium beckoned again, as a momentous path-breaker highlighting a country's show of defiance. Pakistani flags were held aloft and fans of all ages were making their way through the infamous Liberty Square, towards the stadium. International cricket had finally found its way back into country as the Faf du Plessis-led World XI side locked horns with the Pakistani side in the first of the three T20Is of the Independence Cup. But, this was not just a game of cricket, it was much more than that - a country was trying to shed the tag of being 'unsafe' in international cricket, a team of overseas players were helping a nation stand back on its feet and even the home fans maintained as much discipline as possible to portray a positive image of their country. © Reuters The fans almost brought down the roof of the stadium while responding to Fakhar Zaman's back-to-back boundaries early on. Their excitement grew stronger thanks to a 122-run partnership between Babar Azam (86) and Ahmed Shehzad (39) that powered Pakistan to a competitive 197-run total. With the World XI's weak bowling attack laid surgically bare, a clinical batting performance by Pakistan was not the only thing that got the fans on their feet. Rather, those glued to the game on TV sets (like me) must've been a bit confused to see the home fans cheering for the opposition bowlers. © Reuters On Tuesday, probably for the first time in a cricket match, an entire stadium was seen cheering for the likes of Morne Morkel, Ben Cutting and Thisara Perera despite playing for the World XI side. There was a genuine sense of gratitude from the fans for these players. After all, they were instrumental in bringing the country's most-loved sport back home. In their chase, the World XI side proved no match to the bowling prowess of Pakistan who managed to eke out a 20-run win and a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. But, none of the cricketers received the reception Darren Sammy did when he smashed sixes which were met with loud roars. Sammy has long been vocal about the need of bringing international cricket back to Pakistan. In fact, he was an influential player in the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) whose final was also held in Lahore. Such has been his passion for the Pakistani fans that he was even seen pushing an auto-rickshaw to help it start ahead of the match. Love this â¤ï¸, @darrensammy88 pushing rickshaw. #PAKvWXI #CricketComesHome pic.twitter.com/Yp7IML944d — Junaid Afridi (@iamjafridi) September 12, 2017 All the cricketers playing for the World XI were treated like Pakistan's own. Their exploits were celebrated with the same vigour as the ones enticed by a Pakistani cricketer. It was a beautiful sight to see the home fans stuck in a dilemma of which team to support - on one side they had their own countrymen and on the other, they had players from different nations helping in bringing their favourite sport back home. © Reuters Sport is a means to bring strangers together, whether it's a local football team or an international cricket side, and despite being a victim of terror activities, a much-needed show of defiance by Pakistan has not only silenced their critics, but also proved a valid point to international cricketers who were sceptical about touring the country. So, on this monumental day in cricket history, let's not stand separated with varied nationalities and hold back credit where it's due. After all, it's not just a win for Pakistan, but also for every fan and every country that idolises cricket.
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