Which Pakistan player has given controversial advice to Babar Azam?

Tanvir Ahmed gives controversial advice to Babar Azam Pakistan cricket

Tanvir Ahmed: “Try to improve your personality. By personality, I mean a person can change his dressing sense. Babar Azam also needs to improve his English”

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Former Pakistan pace bowler Tanvir Ahmed has advised limited overs captain Babar Azam to change his dress sense and “improve his English”.

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Pietersen: Amir should not be allowed to play international cricket

"If you get caught you have to be given a life ban"

“If you get caught you have to be given a life ban”

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Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen believes that Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir should not be allowed to play international cricket again and should have been banned for life for being involved in the spot-fixing scandal that shocked the cricketing community in 2010.

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BCCI was ‘in the driving seat’ during ICC restructure, says David Richardson

"Certainly some people have more influence than others and more authority"

“Certainly some people have more influence than others and more authority”

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International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive David Richardson has revealed that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) indulged in “gamesmanship” and were “in the driving seat” during the controversial restructuring of the global cricketing body.

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ICC lays down the law on Mankading

"The cricket committee believes that a non-striker should be deterred from leaving his or her crease before the time the bowler normally delivers the ball"

“The cricket committee believes that a non-striker should be deterred from leaving his or her crease before the time the bowler normally delivers the ball”

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After England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler became the first batsman to be Mankaded in an international match since 1992, the International Cricket Council (ICC) have laid down the law on the controversial dismissal.

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