My workload was far too much, 26-year-old Pakistan bowler ready to make comeback in South Africa series says

Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali said his workload was far too much

Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali: “It was because of far too much workload placed on my body”

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Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali has said that his workload was far too much when he was last playing international cricket, and attributed this to the spate of injuries he suffered.

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Ridiculous how people blamed celebration and marriage for my injuries, in-form Pakistan player says

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali said it's ridiculous how people blamed his celebration and marriage for his injuries

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali: “People were saying that I got injured due to my marriage and that he’s not focusing on cricket, but those people have no clue about just what difficulties you go through as a cricketer”

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Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali believes it is ridiculous that people have blamed his injuries on his celebration and marriage.

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Cemented my spot, then out for 16 months, Pakistan player picked for South Africa series says

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali said he cemented his place in the national team and was then out for 16 months

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali: “It was a very difficult time for me. When you are a permanent member of a team and suddenly you are out of the game for 16 months it’s hard to take”

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Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali admitted that it was very tough to see himself going from cementing his spot in the national team to being out of action for 16 months.

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He is a workhorse, Mohammad Wasim on Pakistan bowler preferred over Sohail Khan

Mohammad Wasim said Tabish Khan is a workhorse

Mohammad Wasim: “Tabish Khan has been preferred over Sohail Khan as he is more effective and useful in Pakistan conditions. Like Mohammad Abbas, Tabish is a workhorse, who can bowl long spells with controlled line and length”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim has called uncapped pace bowler Tabish Khan a “workhorse”.

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He couldn’t replace Yasir Shah, Mohammad Wasim on 32-year-old Pakistan spinner

Mohammad Wasim said Zahid Mahmood couldn't replace Yasir Shah

Mohammad Wasim: “Wrist-spinner Zahid Mahmood had a strong case after an excellent season, but we decided against going into the series with all four inexperienced spinners”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim has said uncapped spinner Zahid Mahmood couldn’t replace Yasir Shah for the South Africa series.

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They have walked into the middle order, Wasim on three Pakistan batsmen on fire right now

Mohammad Wasim said Kamran Ghulam, Saud Shakeel and Agha Salman have walked into the middle order

Mohammad Wasim: “Kamran Ghulam, Saud Shakeel and Salman Ali Agha walk into the middle order to support Azhar Ali, Babar Azam and Fawad Alam. This is a formidable and highly skilled middle order”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said Kamran Ghulam, Saud Shakeel and Agha Salman have walked into the middle order for the South Africa series due to their outstanding form in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

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Two new partners for Abid Ali, Wasim on skilled Pakistan duo selected for South Africa series

Mohammad Wasim said there could be two new partners for Abid Ali in the form of Abdullah Shafique and Imran Butt

Mohammad Wasim: “Shan’s bad form has opened doors for Abid Ali’s new partner, be it either Abdullah Shafique or Imran Butt”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said Abdullah Shafique and Imran Butt have the chance to become Abid Ali’s new opening partner in the upcoming series against South Africa.

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Too inconsistent, Wasim on Pakistan trio dropped for South Africa series

Mohammad Wasim said Shan Masood, Haris Sohail and Mohammad Abbas have been too inconsistent

Mohammad Wasim: “Haris Sohail, Mohammad Abbas and Shan Masood have been dropped due to inconsistent performances”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said opener Shan Masood, batsman Haris Sohail and pace bowler Mohammad Abbas were dropped for the South Africa series “due to inconsistent performances”.

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Tabish, Hasan, Ghulam in, Abbas, Masood Haris out for Pakistan’s series against South Africa

Tabish Khan, Hasan Ali, Kamran Ghulam in, Mohammad Abbas, Shan Masood and Haris Sohail are out for Pakistan's series against South Africa

Tabish Khan could make his international debut after being picked for the South Africa series

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Uncapped pace bowler Tabish Khan has finally been rewarded with a call-up to the Pakistan team after years of hard work and nearly 600 first-class wickets.

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Misbah said my pace has decreased, but I was bowling at 145 kph, frustrated Pakistan player says

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir notd that Misbah-ul-Haq said his pace was decreasing even though he was bowling at 145 kph

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir: “When your body recovers well, you can play well and in Sri Lanka I bowled at 145kph”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir took aim at head coach Misbah-ul-Haq after he said that his pace had decreased.

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