History

After dividing India, Pakistan was born in 1947. The cricket tradition was found before distributing in the region and playing locally enough clubs cricket. Since that time Pakistan cricket history has begone.

In the 1947-48 and 1948-49 season cricket was played on a basis of hockey. Then on May 1, 1949, Pakistan Board of Cricket Control came into existence.

1947-48 season

On 27-29 December 1947, Punjab versus Sindh was held in Lahore. Which has a regular start of cricket in Pakistan. After that, on 6-8 February 1948, Punjab Governor Xi vs. PU was held and this match was also played in Lahore. Only those matches were held in this season after the existence of Pakistan’s innings.

1948-49 season

Another match was held in Punjab in 1949 between Governor Alvin versus PU and this match was the only match of this season.

1949-50 season

In the 1949-50 season no local matches were held. In 1949, Commonwealth Alliance tour team visited. Then Salon played five matches in 1950.

From 1951 to 1960

Test cricket begins in Pakistan

In October 1952, Test cricket began in Pakistan and Pakistan visited India. In this tour, Pakistan played five Test matches in New Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai, Madras and Kolkata with India. The India Cricket Team won the first match with an innings, while the second match, Pakistan won with an innings due to the best batsman Fazl Mahmood. In this match, Fazl Mahmood showed a spectacular performance of 5-52 and 7-42. India won the third Test while the fourth and fifth were scared and India won this Test series.

From 1961 to 1970.

National championship

In the 1953-54 season, the national championship Trophy trophy Qaida leader began. The first winner of this trophy was the Bahawalpur Cricket Team.

Victims of the Premier Trophy from 1954 to 1970:

  • 1953-54 – Bahawalpur
  • 1954-55 – Karachi
  • 1955-56 – The trophy period was not elaborated
  • 1956-57 – Punjab
  • 1957-58 – Bahawalpur
  • 1958-59 – Karachi
  • 1959-60 – Karachi
  • 1960-61 – The trophy was not over
  • 1961-62 – Karachi Blues
  • 1962-63 – Karachi A
  • 1963-64 – Karachi Blues
  • 1964-65 – Karachi blues
  • 1965-66 – The trophy period was not elaborated
  • 1966-67 – Karachi
  • 1967-68 – The trophy period was not served
  • 1968-69 – Lahore
  • 1969-70 – PIA

In the 1960-61 season, the BCPP started the controversy and it was named Job Trophy. The trophies of this trophy are as follows:

  • 1960-61 – Rachel Quetta
  • 1961-62 – Karachi
  • 1962-63 – Karachi
  • 1964-65 – Karachi
  • 1965-66 – Karachi Blues
  • 1967-68 – Karachi Blues
  • 1969-70 – PIA

Best player by season

batsmen

Ball balls

Spin Bowler: Mohammad Amin, the best ball player, and some of the players who knew Gogli Krona.

International tour of Pakistan

  • West Indies 1948-49

Pakistan’s first innings was the West Indies. In this tour, two major matches were played in Karachi in Karachi and Pakistan XI. Both the matches remained unmatched.

The West Indies team included George Hedley, Clay Waltrick and Everton Weekend.

  • Commonwealth Allen 1949-50

Commonwealth Allen played two matches in Lahore and Karachi. The guest team got the victory in both the matches.

Salon 1949-50

In March 1950, Salon team played Karachi in Jammu and Karachi from Jinnah in Garden Jinnah Lahore and from Commander Inif al-Qaeda to Pindi Club Rawalpindi and from Pakistan Universities Cricket team in Punjab University and from Pakistan Xi to Karachi Jammu.

MCC 1951-52

In this season, England’s MCC Cricket Club in New York visited Pakistan in November 1951. And this team played the following matches in Pakistan.

  • Punjab vs Jinnah Stadium Sialkot – Match outcome
  • Pakistan Xi vs. Bagh Jinnah Lahore – Match Outcome
  • Bahawalpur-KARACHI vs Bahawalpur Stadium Bahawalpur – matchless results
  • Pakistan XI vs Karachi Jammu Ground – Pakistan won by 4 wickets

India 1954-55

Pakistan hosted the first cricket series of its neighboring India, and played five test matches and scored five.

  • Dhaka Stadium – The First Test vs Dhaka Stadium
  • The second Test vs. Bahawalpur Stadium, Bahawalpur – match outcome
  • Third Test vs. Bagh Jinnah, Lahore – match unbeaten
  • Fourth Test vs Peshawar Club Ground – Match Exclusion
  • 5th Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – match unbeaten

MCC 1955-56

The team was named MCC “A” and the matches that were played against Pakistan did not get the test status.

January 20-25, 1956. Vs.: Bagh Jinnah, Lahore result: Match outcome.

February 3-8, 1956. vs.: Dhaka Stadium. Result: Pakistan innings and 10 runs.

February 24-28, 1956. vs.: Peshawar Club Ground. Result: Pakistan won 7 wickets] March 9-14, 1956. Vs.: Karachi National Stadium. Result: MCC won the match with 2 wickets.

New Zealand 1955-56

The first Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won the match with an innings and 1 score.

Second Test vs Bagh Jinnah, Lahore – Pakistan won 4 wickets.

Dhaka Stadium – The Third Test vs Dhaka Stadium

Australia 1956-57

The first Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won the match with 9 wickets.

Fazal Mahmood of Pakistan got 13 wickets.

West Indies 1958-59

The first Test against the National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won 10 wickets

Second Test against Dhaka Stadium – Pakistan won 41 runs

The third test at Bagh Jinnah, Lahore – West Indies won an innings and 156 scores.

Australia 1959-60

The first Test against Dhaka Stadium – Australia won 8 wickets.

The second test won the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-Australia by 7 wickets.

Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten

Richie Bonnie won the highest 18 wickets in this series.

International Alliance 1961-62

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England 1961-62

  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-England won by 5 wickets
  • Second Test vs. Dhaka Stadium – Match Outcome
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten

Commonwealth Allen 1963-64

The Commonwealth Alliance Cricket Team visited Pakistan in the 1963-64 season and played 6 first class matches, out of which three were against the national cricket team.

Australia 1964-65

The first Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Match Uncategorized

The teams played a five-day test match, which started on October 24, 1964 at National Stadium Karachi. Test (and series) scared

New Zealand 1964-65

The first test at Pandy Club Ground, Rawalpindi – Pakistan won an innings and 64 runs

The second Test-winning vs. Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten

Third Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won by 8 wickets.

Allone 1966-67

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Commonwealth Allen 1967-68

The Commonwealth Alliance Cricket Team toured Pakistan in the 1967-68 season and played 8 first-class matches.

International Eve 1967-68

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England 1968-69

The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore – match unbeaten

Second Test vs. Dhaka Stadium – Match Outcome

Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten

New Zealand 1969-70

  • The first Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Match Uncategorized
  • The second Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore – New Zealand won 5 wickets
  • Dhaka Stadium – The Third Test vs Dhaka Stadium

In 1970, Job trophy was renamed BCP Trophy, and its method was changed from the nose to the mini-leg format. In this style of tournament teams are included in four groups and qualify for the semi-final by qualifying round. In 1973, the tournament was renamed to BCP Pattern Trophy.

The Pioneering Trophy in 1973-74 and Pakistan Premier Limited overs competitions began in 1980-81.

National championship

Premier Trophy winner teams from 1971 to 1985:
  • 1970-71 – Karachi Blues
  • 1971-72 – The trophy was not held
  • 1972-73 – Railways
  • 1973-74 – Railways
  • 1974-75 – Punjab A.
  • 1975-76 – National Bank
  • 1976-77 – United Bank
  • 1977-78 – Habib Bank
  • 1978-79 – National Bank
  • 1979-80 – PIA
  • 1980-81 – United Bank
  • 1981-82 – National Bank
  • 1982-83 – United Bank
  • 1983-84 – National Bank
  • 1984-85 – United Bank

BCCP trophy winners teams from 1971 to 1985:

  • 1970-71 – PIA
  • 1971-72 – PIA
  • 1972-73 – Karachi blues
  • 1973-74 – Railways
  • 1974-75 – National Bank
  • 1975-76 – National Bank
  • 1976-77 – Habib Bank
  • 1977-78 – Habib Bank
  • 1978-79 – National Bank
  • 1979-80 – IDBP
  • 1980-81 – Rawalpindi
  • 1981-82 – Allied Bank
  • 1982-83 – Paco
  • 1983-84 – Karachi Blues
  • 1984-85 – Karachi Whites

Painting trophy winners teams from 1974 to 1985:

  • 1973-74 – PIA
  • 1974-75 – National Bank
  • 1975-76 – PIA
  • 1977-78 – Habib Bank
  • 1978-79 – Habib Bank and PIA joint winner
  • 1979-80 – PIA
  • 1980-81 – PIA
  • 1981-82 – Habib Bank
  • 1982-83 – Habib Bank
  • 1983-84 – United Bank
  • 1984-85 – Paco

Winners Cup winner teams from 1981 to 1985:

  • 1980-81 – PIA
  • 1981-82 – PIA
  • 1982-83 – PIA
  • 1983-84 – Habib Bank
  • 1984-85 – The trophy was not overwhelmed

Featured player by season

  • batsmen
  • Ball balls
  • International tour of Pakistan
  • International Eve 1970-71
  • The Rest of the World 1970-71

England 1972-73

  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten
  • The second Test vs. Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad – match unseen
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten
  • The Rest of the World 1973-74
  • Sri Lanka 1973-74
  • West Indies 1974-75
  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten
  • The second Test vs. National Stadium, Karachi – match unbeaten
  • International Alliance 1976-77
  • New Zealand 1976-77
  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi stadium, Lahore-Pakistan won by 6 wickets
  • The second Test vs. Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad – Pakistan won 10 wickets
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten

England 1977-78

  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten
  • The second Test vs. Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad – match unseen
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten

India 1978-79

  • The first Test-winning Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – match unbeaten
  • The second Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-Pakistan won by 8 wickets
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won by 8 wickets

Australia 1979-80

  • The first Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won 7 wickets
  • The second Test vs. Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – match unseen
  • The third Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten

West Indies 1980-81

  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten
  • Second Test vs. Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – West Indies won 156 runs
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten
  • Fourth Test vs Ibn Qasim Bagh Stadium, Multan – Match outcome
  • International Xinhua 1981-82

Sri Lanka 1981-82

  • The first Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won 204 runs
  • The second Test vs. Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – match unseen
  • The third Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-Pakistan won by an innings and 102 scores

Australia 1982-83

  • The first Test vs National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won 9 wickets
  • The second Test vs. Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – Pakistan won a innings and 3 scores
  • The third Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-Pakistan won 9 wickets
  • In a fast international cricket series, Pakistan won the first two matches with 59 and 28 runs, and the result of the third season failed to result.

India 1982-83

  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten
  • The second Test vs. National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won an innings and 86 scores
  • The third Test against Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – Pakistan won 10 wickets
  • Fourth Test vs Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad – Pakistan won by an innings and 119 scores
  • The fifth Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten
  • Sixth Test vs. National Stadium, Karachi – match unbeaten

England 1983-84

  • The first Test against the National Stadium, Karachi – Pakistan won by 3 wickets
  • The second Test vs. Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – match unseen
  • The third Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten

India 1984-85

  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore-match unbeaten
  • The second Test vs. Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad – match unseen
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – Deferred the match; Could not even tast The match and the series were postponed due to the killing of Indra Gandhi.

New Zealand 1984-85

  • The first Test-winning Gaddafi stadium, Lahore-Pakistan won by 6 wickets
  • The second Test vs. Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad – Pakistan won 7 wickets
  • Third Test vs National Stadium, KARACHI – match unbeaten