Needed to be successful and consistent, Yasir Arafat says Pakistan hard-hitting batsman has done exactly that

Yasir Arafat said Fakhar Zaman needed to be successful and consistent

Yasir Arafat: “He needed a successful and consistent tour and he achieved it! Well done Fakhar Zaman”

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Former Pakistan all-rounder Yasir Arafat said opener Fakhar Zaman needed to have a “successful and consistent tour” of South Africa and he has done exactly that in the recently-concluded ODI series.

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Achieved targets and improvements, Pakistan player cannot explain why he isn’t being given another chance

Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin said he achieved his targets and improvements but cannot explain why he is not being given another chance

Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin: “Whatever targets that I was set, I achieved them. Whatever improvements they wanted from me, I made. But at the end of the day, it’s up to the selectors who they want to pick”

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Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin has said he cannot explain why he isn’t being given a second chance to revive his Test career.

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Kohli: I completely respect Kumble as a cricketer

“What happens in the change room is something that’s very sacred and private to all of us”

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India captain Virat Kohli has said that he has nothing but respect for everything Anil Kumble achieved during his illustrious career, but he refused to dwell on why the 46-year-old stepped down as head coach on Tuesday.

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Champions Trophy 3rd Match: Amla, Tahir star as South Africa flatten lacklustre Sri Lanka

Tahir was named Man of the Match for his figures of 4-27 off 8.3 overs

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South Africa opened their Champions Trophy account with a convincing 96-run win over Sri Lanka courtesy of opener Hashim Amla’s record-breaking century and spinner Imran Tahir’s superb four-for.

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Will Anderson and Broad be able to make it through the Ashes series?

“Speaking to some of the Aussie players I said ‘you might lick your lips at some of the bowling because Anderson and Broad can’t play five Test matches'”

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Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen believes that Australia will be “licking their lips” if the pace duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad are unable to stay fit throughout the upcoming Ashes series later this year.

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