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Shahid Afridi was one of 12 Pakistan cricketers fined over their lack of fitness. (Getty)
Pakistan cricket authorities have fined 12 players, including star allrounder Shahid Afridi, for failing to meet fitness standards.

Brendon McCullum launches himself over the boundary rope to save a six. (Getty)
New Zealand cricketer Brendan McCullum may have produced the game's greatest piece of fielding.

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