Offered coaching stint with Afghanistan in 2016, 38-year-old Pakistan seamer who could cut through batsmen says

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif said he was offered a coaching stint with Afghanistan in 2016

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif: “I was asked to go to Afghanistan for a coaching stint with their young pace bowlers in 2016. However, the security situation meant that I had to decline the offer”

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif has revealed that he was offered a coaching stint with the Afghanistan team in 2016.

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Pakistan opener Shan Masood reveals which England player he is looking for revenge against

Shan Masood looking for revenge against James Anderson England Pakistan cricket

Shan Masood: “I last faced Anderson in England in 2016 and I know I wasn’t too good against him but the time has changed now. A lot of things changed in the last four years, I have improved myself and looking forward to facing him once again”

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Pakistan opener Shan Masood admitted that England pace bowler James Anderson got the better of him in 2016, but added that he is looking for revenge in the upcoming Test series.

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Former Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur: ‘It was a dining knife that Younis Khan had in his hand’

Mickey Arthur confirmed that Younis Khan was holding a dining knife in his hand during the incident with Grant Flower Pakistan cricket

Mickey Arthur: “It was a dining knife that Younis Khan had in his hand. I calmed Younis down and just wanted him to get runs in the second innings which thankfully he did”

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Former Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has revealed that legendary batsman Younis Khan was holding a dining knife in his hand during the incident with Grant Flower.

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Root, Bayliss brand fixing claims as ‘ridiculous’ and ‘outrageous’

Joe Root denies spot-fixing allegations England India Test match Chennai 2016 Al Jazeera documentary cricket

Joe Root: “I’ve just been told to strongly deny the accusations, because it sounds quite ridiculous really”

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England captain Joe Root and head coach Trevor Bayliss have denied allegations that spot-fixing occurred during the team’s Test match against India in Chennai in 2016.

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