• Web
  • Humsa
  • Videos
  • Forum
  • Q2A
rabia shakeel : meri dua hai K is bar imran khan app is mulk k hukmaran hun To: suman(sialkot) 5 years ago
maqsood : hi how r u. To: hamza(lahore) 5 years ago
alisyed : hi frinds 5 years ago
nasir : hi To: wajahat(karachi) 5 years ago
khadam hussain : aslamoalikum pakistan zinsabad To: facebook friends(all pakistan) 6 years ago
Asif Ali : Asalaam O Aliakum . To: Khurshed Ahmed(Kashmore) 6 years ago
khurshedahmed : are you fine To: afaque(kashmore) 6 years ago
mannan : i love all To: nain(arifwala) 6 years ago
Ubaid Raza : kya haal hai janab. To: Raza(Wah) 6 years ago
qaisa manzoor : jnab AoA to all 6 years ago
Atif : Pakistan Zinda bad To: Shehnaz(BAHAWALPUR) 6 years ago
khalid : kia website hai jahan per sab kuch To: sidra(wazraabad) 6 years ago
Waqas Hashmi : Hi Its Me Waqas Hashmi F4m Matli This Website Is Owsome And Kois Shak Nahi Humsa Jaise Koi Nahi To: Mansoor Baloch(Matli) 6 years ago
Gul faraz : this is very good web site where all those channels are avaiable which are not on other sites.Realy good. I want to do i..... 6 years ago
shahid bashir : Mein aap sab kay liye dua'go hon. 6 years ago
mansoor ahmad : very good streming 6 years ago
Dr.Hassan : WISH YOU HAPPY HEALTHY LIFE To: atif(karachi) 6 years ago
ishtiaque ahmed : best channel humsa live tv To: umair ahmed(k.g.muhammad) 6 years ago
Rizwan : Best Streaming Of Live Channels. Good Work Site Admin 6 years ago
Voges ton sees Australia whitewash West Indies
Source: The Nation | 11-02-2013

Australia bowled out West Indies for 257 to secure a 17-run victory and a 5-0 whitewash in their one-day international series on Sunday, thanks to a century from stand-in Adam Voges.

The tourists had looked on target to chase down a 275-run target at the MCG when Johnson Charles struck his maiden century to match Voges, who scored a magnificent unbeaten 112. The West Indian opener struck a boundary to bring up his 100 off 120 balls, including eight fours and a six.
But he fell next ball, caught by Ben Cutting at square leg playing a poor shot to Clint McKay. He had ridden his luck, surviving two dropped catches and two television reviews. After that wickets fell regularly as the required run rate soared and the West Indies were forced to hit out.

Captain Darren Sammy had a late chance to guide the tourists to the target but he was caught behind by Brad Hadddin off McKay for 23 off 18 balls. West Indies still needed 18 runs off five balls and it proved too much. Opener Kieran Powell had been the first to go, caught in the slips by Aaron Finch off paceman Mitchell Johnson for just two.

Darren Bravo managed 33 in a partnership of 106 with Charles before all-rounder James Faulkner held a fine low catch off Xavier Doherty's finger spin. Brother Dwayne had made 13 when Johnson clean-bowled him with a late inswinger. After Charles went, Narsingh Deonarine was out for four, caught Haddin bowled Cutting. Devon Thomas smashed 19 off 18 balls but was run out by Shaun Marsh.

Big-hitting Kieron Pollard holed out for 45, caught by Finch at long on off Faulkner. Sammy lamented his side's failure to take chances. "We were right in there -- again," he said. "I think we shot ourselves in the foot. We should have chased down these runs."

Voges, batting at number five, had earlier steadied the Australian innings after a disastrous start and went on to complete his ton off 98 balls. The 33-year-old was only drafted into the side on Friday to replace the injured George Bailey, but he played the star role despite being a fringe player in the six years since he made his debut.

Australian captain Shane Watson paid tribute to Voges, saying he "was absolutely amazing, the way he controlled the innings." For Voges, it was all about taking his chance."I guess you never say never... the great thing is, the selectors have brought me back when I'm playing well," he said. "You have to make the most of it while it lasts."

West Indies had the home side at 2 for 2 wickets, but they let Australia off the hook and went for 100 runs in the final 10 overs. When Voges came in they were three for 63 and a high total looked unlikely with skipper Michael Clarke also on the injured list following more hamstring trouble. But only two more wickets fell.

Voges cracked a six to bring up a 100 partnership with fellow veteran Brad Haddin. Haddin skied a top edge off Kemar Roach to Kieran Powell in the deep when he had made 43 off 45 balls out of a partnership of 111 with Voges. Faulkner accompanied Voges through the final overs, adding a quickfire 31 off 24 balls. The pair put on 81 runs from 51 balls.

West Indies had looked in control in the opening stages when Best bowled Watson first ball. Finch then top-edged a Best bouncer to Narine at fine leg on the boundary in the third over for just one run. Shaun Marsh, in for Clarke, found the first boundary in the fifth over.

Phillip Hughes patiently built a partnership of 61 with Marsh before Dwayne Bravo had him caught for 29 off 61 balls. Pollard took the freak leaping catch at backward point, knocking the ball into the air with an outstretched left hand and holding it easily at second bite.

Keeper Devon Thomas snapped up Marsh, who had reached 40 off 58 balls and was looking set at the start of the 25th over. It was Dwayne Bravo's 150th ODI wicket, the third quickest West Indian to the milestone. Australia take on the world Twenty20 champions in a T20 format amtch , at the Gabba in Brisbane on Wednesday, the final game of the tour.



S Watson b Best 0
A Finch c Narine b Best 1
P Hughes c Pollard b DJ Bravo 29
S Marsh c Thomas b DJ Bravo 40
A Voges not out 112
B Haddin c Powell b Roach 43
J Faulkner not out 31
EXTRAS: (9lb, 7w, 1nb, 1b) 18
TOTAL: (five wkts; 50 overs) 274
FOW: 1-0, 2-2, 3-63, 4-82, 5-193
BOWLING: Best 10-1-71-2, Sammy 10-1-37-0, Roach 10-0-52-1, Narine 10-1-27-0, D.J. Bravo 8-0-62-2, Pollard 2-0-15-0


J Charles c Cutting b McKay 100
K Powell c Finch b Johnson 2
DM Bravo c Faulkner b Doherty 33
DJ Bravo b Johnson 13
K Pollard c Finch b Faulkner 45
N Deonarine c Haddin b Cutting 4
D Thomas run out 19
D Sammy c Haddin b McKay 23
S Narine b Johnson 0
K Roach not out 2
T Best c sub b McKay 0
EXTRAS: (6lb, 9w, 1b) 16
TOTAL: (all out; 49.5 overs) 257
FOW: 1-7, 2-113, 3-129, 4-182, 5-186, 6-228, 7-234, 8-246, 9-257, 10-257
BOWLING: McKay 9.5-0-52-3, Johnson 10-1-50-3, Cutting 10-0-53-1, Faulkner 10-0-47-1, Doherty 9-0-46-1, Finch 1-0-2-0
TOSS: West Indies
UMPIRES: Asad Rauf (PAK), Paul Reiffel 


Related News
Source: Geo News | 09-12-2013
 Spurs come from behind to win at Sunderland Tottenham Hotspur pursued their Premier League revival by coming from behind to win 2-1 away to bottom club Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Saturday. A 50th-minute own goal from Sunderland captain John O´Shea settled the game, after Adam Johnson´s first-half opener was swiftly cancelled out by Spurs´ Brazil midfielder Paulinho..... Read more
Source: The Nation | 24-01-2013
PSL announces auction base prices Pakistan Super League (PSL) Managing Director Salman Sarwar Butt on Wednesday announced five categories of players for the tournament. During a news conference held at the Gaddafi Stadium, Salman said players would be paid up to $100,000 according to the category they would be chosen in.   Consultant of the league Haroon Lorgat and Pakistan Cricket B..... Read more
Source: The Nation | 30-01-2013
Comfortable wins for Australia, Pakistan   Half-centuries by Nain Abidi and Bismah Maroof and stifling spells by the bowlers helped Pakistan Women annihilate Odisha XI by 95 runs in Cuttack. Pakistan were in a spot of bother at 7 for 2 after choosing to bat, but a 148-run stand between Abidi and Maroof lifted the team. Javeria Khan (33) and Qanita Jalil (25) were the other two main contributor..... Read more
Latest News
Source: Dunya News | 06-05-2014
Source: Dunya News | 06-05-2014
Source: Dunya News | 05-05-2014
Source: Dunya News | 05-05-2014