Pakistan batsman Imran Nazir watches his own highlights for a heartwarming reason

Imran Nazir watches his own highlights to hear Dean Jones' commentary

Imran Nazir: “I still enjoy watching these highlights just because of Dean Jones’ commentary. Cricket will not have another Dean Jones. You will be missed Deano”

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Former Pakistan batsman Imran Nazir has revealed that he watches his own highlights just to hear Dean Jones’ commentary.

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Easily one of the world’s best fast bowlers in all formats, Pakistan wicketkeeper says about Afridi

Mohammad Rizwan said that Shaheen Shah Afridi is easily one of the world's best fast bowlers in all formats

Mohammad Rizwan on Shaheen Shah Afridi: “Easily one of the best fast bowlers in the cricket world in all formats. He belongs to that rare breed of ‘thinkers’ who execute game plans with great accuracy”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan firmly believes that left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi is “easily” one of the best fast bowlers in the world in all three formats.

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‘You are an inspiration for many’, Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez tells England player

Mohammad Hafeez tells England cricketer Alastair Cook that he is an inspiration for many

Mohammad Hafeez: “Well batted Alastair, you are evolving many new future stars around you. You are an inspiration for many”

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Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has lavished praise on former England captain Alastair Cook, telling him that “you are an inspiration for many”.

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Pakistan seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi said hat-trick not possible without two people

Shaheen Shah Afridi said his hat-trick wouldn't have been possible without two people

Shaheen Shah Afridi: “Alhumdulillah, all praises are for Almighty Allah SWT. This hat-trick was not possible without the prayers of my parents”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi has said that his recent hat-trick in a T20 match wouldn’t have been possible without the prayers and support of his parents.

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Kamran Akmal feels insulted by Pakistan’s domestic contracts

Kamran Akmal feels insulted by the new domestic contracts

Kamran Akmal: “The claim is that they have given A+ contracts considering a player’s seniority and high performance in all three formats…which I think I couldn’t meet”

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Veteran Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has admitted that he feels insulted by the new domestic contracts handed out.

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Mohammad Yousuf closely watched which two Pakistan players bat?

Mohammad Yousuf closely watched Azhar Ali and Ahmed Shehzad bat

Mohammad Yousuf closely watched Azhar Ali and Ahmed Shehzad bat at the National High Performance Centre

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Legendary Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf closely watched Test captain Azhar Ali and opener Ahmed Shehzad bat in the nets at the National High Performance Centre (NHPC).

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Pakistan great Shahid Afridi reveals what made Bob Woolmer a successful and special coach

Shahid Afridi reveals what made Bob Woolmer a successful and special coach

Shahid Afridi: “He won’t do politics … He knew the strengths of each player, he knew about the weaknesses so when a player wouldn’t perform, he won’t call him names but support him, he would back him”

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Iconic Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has admitted that not focusing on politics and caring about all the players in the team is what made the late Bob Woolmer a successful and special head coach.

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Pakistan legend ready and willing to train cricketers in Saudi Arabia

Pakistan legend Shahid Afridi ready and willing to train cricketers in Saudi Arabia

Pakistan great Shahid Afridi: “If I get a request [to train Saudi cricketers] I will definitely go as this is our own county and the people are our own”

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Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has said that he “will definitely go” and help train cricketers in Saudi Arabia if he gets a request to do so.

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