I want to create supreme pacers that bowl near Akhtar’s 100 mph, Pakistan coach says

Mohammad Zahid has said he wants to nurture supreme bowlers that will bowl close to Shoaib Akhtar's 100 mph

Mohammad Zahid: “Pakistan has always been fertile for fast bowlers, with lots of talent, and I will try to nurture supreme pacers, who can bowl around 90 to 95 miles per hour”

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Mohammad Zahid, the fast bowling coach at Pakistan’s National High Performance Centre (NHPC), has said that he plans to “nurture supreme pacers” that can bowl around 90 to 95 miles per hour.

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Which England player took a shot at Pakistan star Naseem Shah?

Jofra Archer takes a shot at Naseem Shah Pakistan England cricket

Jofra Archer on Naseem Shah: “It’s not every day you’re going to come in at 90 mph. I’ve seen Shah started bowling 90 mph so we’ll see how he goes on later on”

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England pace bowler Jofra Archer has questioned whether Pakistan seamer Naseem Shah will be able to bowl at 90 mph consistently during the second Test in Southampton.

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Mudassar Nazar reveals which 3 Pakistan seamers can bowl well beyond 90 mph

Mudassar Nazar believes Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah and Mohammad Hasnain are capable of bowling over 90 mph Pakistan cricket

Mudassar Nazar: “We have a lot of fast bowlers who are bowling above the 85 mph mark with the potential to go well beyond 90 mph”

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Former Pakistan cricketer Mudassar Nazar has admitted that the pace trio of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah and Mohammad Hasnain are all capable of bowling “well beyond 90 mph”.

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Cook looking forward to building new legacy with Moores

"I've got on really well with Peter, not only the time where he was England coach but we did quite a lot of work on the Academy together before that"

“I’ve got on really well with Peter, not only the time where he was England coach but we did quite a lot of work on the Academy together before that”

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England captain Alastair Cook has announced that he is looking forward to building a new legacy with head coach Peter Moores after the national team’s disastrous tour of Australia.

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