Which Pakistan batsman has David Warner described as ‘brave’?

David Warner called Iftikhar Ahmed brave for his performance in the 3rd T20 Australia Pakistan cricket

David Warner: “Iftikhar Ahmed came out to bat and backed himself which is brave and that is what you have to do”

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Australia opener David Warner described Pakistan batsman Iftikhar Ahmed as “brave” following the conclusion of the three-match Twenty20 series.

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Akram sends motivational message to the Pakistan team ahead of their World Cup opener

Wasim Akram sends motivational message to Pakistan team ahead of their World Cup opener against the West Indies cricket

Wasim Akram: “I want Pakistan to play bravely, with a big heart and play on front foot”

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Legendary Pakistan left-arm seamer Wasim Akram has called on the national team to “play bravely” and “with a big heart” in their World Cup opener against the West Indies on Friday.

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Misbah: ‘Nobody wants Pakistan and Pakistani players to be associated with fixing again’

“After six years of hard work such things happening again is a matter of great concern and disappointment”

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In 2010, Pakistan were left embarrassed and humiliated after three of their players – Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir – were involved in a spot-fixing scandal in a Test match against England at Lord’s.

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Broad doubtful for Boxing Day Test

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“At the end of the day, even if there is a small crack there and my symptoms aren’t painful, I see no reason why I can’t continue to play”

England pace bowler Stuart Broad is unlikely to play in the Boxing Day Test after being hit on the right foot by Australia left-arm pace bowler Mitchell Johnson during the third day of the third Test in Perth.

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5th Investec Ashes Test: England denied 4-0 series win after bad light has last laugh

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England registered a crushing 3-0 series win over Australia

England were denied the opportunity of humiliating their rivals even further after bad light stopped play on the final day at The Oval with the home team needing just 21 more runs to register a 4-0 thrashing of Australia.

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