Mohammad Yousuf makes shocking comments ahead of Pakistan’s World Cup clash with Bangladesh

Mohammad Yousuf believes Pakistan will only qualify for the World Cup semi-finals if lightning strikes the Bangladesh team or they get bowled out for 10 runs cricket

Mohammad Yousuf: “Only if lightning strikes Bangladesh [or] they get all out for 10 runs, then only we have a chance”

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Former Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf believes that the national team will only advance to the World Cup semi-finals if the Bangladesh team gets struck by lightning or gets bowled out for 10 runs.

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Has Sarfraz blamed Zaman and Imam for Pakistan’s World Cup loss to the West Indies?

Sarfraz Ahmed blamed Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman's dismissals for Pakistan being bowled out for 105 in their World Cup opener against the West Indies cricket

Sarfraz Ahmed: “Imam was caught down the leg side and Fakhar was hit on the helmet. If these things didn’t happen, our position would have been better”

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Captain Sarfraz Ahmed believes that had openers Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman not been dismissed early on, Pakistan wouldn’t have collapsed in their World Cup opener against the West Indies.

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Check out the one word Akhtar used to describe Pakistan’s batting performance against West Indies

Shoaib Akhtar was "speechless" after Pakistan were bowled out for 105 in their World Cup opener against the West Indies cricket

Shoaib Akhtar on Pakistan being bowled out for 105: “Speechless”

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Legendary Pakistan pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar was less than impressed with the national team’s batting performance in their World Cup opener against the West Indies.

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South Africa vs England 4th Test Day 3: Rabada’s seven-for keeps South Africa on top

Rabada finished with career-best figures of 7-112 off 29 overs

Rabada finished with career-best figures of 7-112 off 29 overs

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South Africa pace bowler Kagiso Rabada ripped through England’s batting line-up with a seven-wicket haul to ensure the Proteas stayed in command on the third day of the fourth Test in Centurion.

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