Hassan Cheema

The truth and nothing but

Younis Khan signals his 150

Younis Khan: unsung and endearing

Despite being part of a dysfunctional set-up, he has managed to get the best out of himself and players partnering him

Mohammad Yousuf cuts on his way to a half-century

What's wrong with being a bully at home?

Asian batsmen only get recognition when they do well in the "foreign" conditions of Australia, England, South Africa and New Zealand. The reverse rarely applies

Hashim Amla was dismissed for 3 in the first over

Amla's Irfan problem

The South African has been one of the best one-day batsmen in the last five years, but now a tall left-armer is making a dent in his impressive stats

Younis Khan and Mohammad Yousuf ensured Pakistan drew the match

Where are Pakistan's daddy hundreds?

Gone are the days of Miandad and Zaheer Abbas. Now a kid coming in aims to make a fifty; a hundred seems beyond expectations

Jonathan Trott gloved a short ball to the wicketkeeper

The Trott problem

He has fallen off his early peak, perhaps inevitably, but it might have to do with having to play in a manner that does not come naturally to him