I’ve struggled to bowl out-swingers for two years, Pakistan star bowler admits

Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi revealed he has struggled to bowl out-swingers for two years

Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi: “To be honest, I haven’t been able to bowl many out-swinging deliveries in my international career so far. This has been the case for the past two years”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi has shockingly revealed that he has struggled to bowl out-swingers for the last two years.

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They are ‘world-class bowlers’, Pakistan star Shaheen Shah Afridi says about England duo

Shaheen Shah Afridi called England pace duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad world-class bowlers

Shaheen Shah Afridi: “There is absolutely no doubt that both Anderson and Broad are experienced and world-class bowlers”

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Pakistan left-arm pace bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has called the England pace duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad “world-class bowlers”.

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Shaheen Shah Afridi really impressed with two Pakistan fast bowlers

Shaheen Shah Afridi really impressed with fast bowlers Naseem Shah and Mohammad Abbas

Shaheen Shah Afridi: “All in all, our guys played some good cricket with Naseem Shah and Mohammad Abbas putting in some good performances with the ball”

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Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi said he has been really impressed with the pace duo of Naseem Shah and Mohammad Abbas.

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Pakistan seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi: ‘The tour of England was a great learning experience for me’

Shaheen Shah Afridi said the tour of England was a great learning experience for him

Shaheen Shah Afridi: “The tour of England was a great learning experience for me, and I hope to continue this learning and along the way put in some good performances for Pakistan or for any other team that I am representing”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi admitted that “the tour of England was a great learning experience for me”.

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Pakistan batsman Haider Ali: ‘I thoroughly enjoyed the partnership with Zeeshan Malik’

Haider Ali admitted that he thoroughly enjoyed his partnership with Zeeshan Malik

Haider Ali: “Though I am a little disappointed on missing out what would have been my maiden century in T20 cricket, I thoroughly enjoyed the partnership with Zeeshan Malik”

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Pakistan batsman Haider Ali admitted that he “thoroughly enjoyed” his 180-run partnership with Zeeshan Malik in the National T20 Cup.

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‘More hard work to come’, Abdullah Shafique says after century in Pakistan’s National T20 Cup

Abdullah Shafique said there is more hard work to come after his stunning century in the National T20 Cup

Abdullah Shafique: “Alhamdulilah thank you for the support. More hard work to come”

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Central Punjab batsman Abdullah Shafique said there is “more hard work to come” after he scored an incredible century on the opening day of the National T20 Cup in Multan.

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Shaheen Shah Afridi ready to share what knowledge with his Pakistan teammates?

Shaheen Shah Afridi wants to share knowledge gained playing county cricket for Hampshire with his Pakistan teammates

Shaheen Shah Afridi: “Hopefully not only can I put whatever I learn here to good use when I represent Pakistan next but also share this knowledge with my teammates”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi has revealed that he learned a lot from his short stint with Hampshire and is ready to share everything he learned there with his teammates.

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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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