Who does Pakistan seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi credit for helping him get better as a bowler?

Shaheen Shah Afridi credits Azhar Mahmood for helping him get better as a bowler Pakistan World Cup cricket

Shaheen Shah Afridi: “He worked hard with me [in the] nets to get my length improved to conditions here”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi has credited bowling coach Azhar Mahmood for helping develop and get better as a bowler.

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Bravo: Pakistan have a ‘world-class international bowler’ in Hasnain

Dwayne Bravo believes Pakistan have world-class international bowler in Mohammad Hasnain Pakistan Super League PSL Quetta Gladiators cricket

Dwayne Bravo: “In Mohammad Hasnain, Pakistan has a world-class international bowler”

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West Indies and Quetta Gladiators all-rounder Dwayne Bravo firmly believes that Pakistan have a “world-class international bowler” in Mohammad Hasnain.

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Arthur reveals who will play a key role in Ireland and England

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Mickey Arthur: “We back him in tough situations and he generally gets it done for us”

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Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur firmly believes that left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir will play a pivotal role in the national team’s success during their upcoming tours of Ireland and England.

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Cummins: Warner has not suffered any serious injury

“He’s a little bit stiff and sore, but just speaking to him then, he’s all fine”

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Australia pace bowler Pat Cummins has confirmed that opening batsman David Warner has been cleared of any serious injury after he was struck on the side of the neck during an intra-squad practice game in Darwin on Tuesday.

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Garner: Day-night Tests are ‘exciting’ and ‘different’

“If it means that you’re going to get full houses and you’re going to get exciting cricket then yes, I don’t have a problem with it”

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Legendary West Indies pace bowler Joel Garner is confident that day-night Tests will help revive the format as it will draw in larger crowds.

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