Haris Sohail offers a concise overview of Pakistan's strong points
Younis Khan will retire even if he scores a hundred in every innings of every match against West Indies. Please don't doubt Younis Khan's credibility.
Younis Khan uses the third person to clarify confusion surrounding his impending retirement
So whenever you are ready to let me be part of your army, I am ready, because I am a soldier in Jamaica and I want to be a part of Pakistan army.
West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels appreciates the effort of the Pakistan army in providing security during the PSL final in Lahore
Shahid Afridi hits back at the former Australia captain's comments that Cricket Australia should reconsider the utility of a future Pakistan tour to the country
Younis Khan steps off the pedestal on which the Australian public has placed him
Misbah-ul-Haq on why he didn't choose to step down as Pakistan captain before the Sydney Test, or even after it
Australia captain Steven Smith on gift ideas after he dropped a couple of catches during Pakistan's mammoth chase on day four in Brisbane
Shahid Afridi has a cheeky response to a question by a journalist about his fitness
Advice from a former Indian batsman and captain helped Younis Khan score his sixth Test double-century, at The Oval
Misbah-ul-Haq's response to Michael Atherton after the latter asked if the Lord's win was the finest in his "42-year career"
When it comes to being rude, you can never beat the Pakistanis on it. We are the most rude when it comes to it. We are nice but if somebody is rude we won't spare them.
Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz tells England to expect some sledging on the field
Shoaib was always very muscular and strong and even hugging him or shaking hands with him could be painful for other players.
Inzamam-ul-Haq is not surprised by Harbhajan Singh's claims that Shoaib Akhtar beat him and Yuvraj Singh up in a hotel room in Rawalpindi during India's tour to Pakistan in 2003-04
Believe me, there was no pressure of playing the final. The pressure was all about the ticket requests.
Misbah-ul-Haq, Islamabad United's trophy-winning captain, on the clamour to watch the PSL final
Dean Jones the Islamabad United coach in the Pakistan Super League, is amazed by the assembly line of left-arm quicks the country produces
Moeen Ali helps England out by translating what Pakistan's players say in Urdu and Punjabi on the field
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis jokes about why his team has Grant Flower on its coaching staff, ahead of the Zimbabwe series
Wahab Riaz, who clocks over 150 kph now, gives hope to medium-pacers everywhere
Their unpredictability is not a challenge because they are predictably unpredictable. Their strength lies in the predictability of their unpredictability.
Russell Domingo tries to sum up Pakistan with a tongue-twister
I remember the 1992 World Cup final. It's my earliest memory. Inzamam-ul-Haq was skinny. Well, skinny-ish.
Moeen Ali dials back 23 years
I am happy about my achievements and records but the only regret I have is losing the fastest ODI century record.
Shahid Afridi is as frank as ever after announcing his decision to quit ODIs post the 2015 World Cup
Saeed Ajmal doesn't pull any punches when discussing suspect actions
Steve Waugh praises Pakistan's ability to keep discovering fresh talent, evident in their 221-run victory against Australia in Dubai
Pakistan batting coach Grant Flower, on being asked what went wrong after a strong first day in the SSC Test
I want to tell the ICC that Pakistan is a safe country with highly professional law enforcement agencies.
Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal gives the police a thumbs up after they recover Rs 900,000 of the Rs 4.5 million that was stolen from his house a year and a half ago
Shahid Afridi explains his strategy during his unbeaten 18-ball 34 that put India on the brink of elimination from the Asia Cup
Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif's assessment of the proposed ICC revamp
I never heard his name and early morning my nephew told me about his feat, and I sort of said the first news of 2014 is of my record being broken.
Shahid Afridi responds to Corey Anderson breaking his record for the fastest ODI century
I don't think I could ever be a head coach, that's for sure. I just don't have the temperament. And I know how much you need - I've been in Pakistan dressing rooms!
Azhar Mahmood's ambitions don't extend to taking charge of a team
Wasim Akram explains why a hair stylist was called to talk to the players at Pakistan's training camp in Lahore
Wasim Akram plays to the gallery after being appointed to oversee the coaching of Pakistan's fast bowlers
Jacques Kallis on how South Africa will prepare for the seven-foot-plus Mohammed Irfan
BCB president Nazmul Hassan when asked of the relationship between the two boards at the moment
MS Dhoni feels the new two-bouncer-an-over rule in ODIs is a cruel joke on India, almost all of whose quicks are either injured or out of form
Shoaib Akhtar reveals the nature of his relationship with the Pakistan cricket administration
Saqlain Mushtaq delivers a doorsa when asked whether his four-month stint as Bangladesh's spin-bowling consultant would be time enough for the players to benefit
Commentator Chishty Mujahid finds an alternative way to say Mahela Jayawardene is on a pair
I had always asked him to have his hair cut, but he never listened to me. Then how was he ready to do such a big thing [at my behest]?
Salman Butt says he wasn't behind Mohammad Amir's spot-fixing
Mohsin Khan is not amused by Dav Whatmore's performance so far as Pakistan coach
Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez explains why he is nicknamed 'the professor'
No signs yet of Waqar Younis and Shahid Afridi burying the hatchet