What shocking admission did Pakistan seamer Wahab Riaz make at the 2017 Champions Trophy?

Wahab Riaz reveals that he thought his cricket career was over after he injured his ankle during the Champions Trophy in 2017 Pakistan cricket

Wahab Riaz to his newly-signed manager Ameen ul Haq: “Bro, my cricket is finished”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz admitted that he thought his cricket career was over when he injured his ankle during the Champions Trophy in 2017.

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Graeme Smith and Dale Steyn to make international comeback during Pakistan series

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Smith and Steyn will both play a crucial role in helping South Africa keep hold of their number one Test team ranking

South Africa Test captain Graeme Smith and pace demon Dale Steyn are set to make their highly-anticipated international comebacks in the Proteas’ upcoming tour of the United Arab Emirates, where they will play Pakistan, later this month.

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Ankle injury rules Martin Guptill out of Bangladesh tour

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Guptill could make his international comeback in November

New Zealand opening batsman Martin Guptill has been ruled out of the Bangladesh tour next month due to an ankle injury, which will require surgery, according to the national team physiotherapist Paul Close.

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Adam Gilchrist ruled out of CPL with ankle injury

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Gilchrist will not be doing any Gangnam style celebrations during the CPL

Former Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist, who was set to become one of the marquee international sensations of the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will not have that dream fulfilled after he was ruled out of the tournament with an ankle injury.

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Exclusive Interview: ‘I definitely have a big goal of playing Test cricket for the Proteas’, says Colin Ingram

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Ingram feels he is ready to don the Test whites for South Africa

Colin Ingram’s rise to fame may not have produced as much fanfare as that of England’s Joe Root, but this 27-year-old is ready to take his career to the next level.

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