Harsha Bhogle believes Babar Azam ensured Pakistan’s defeats in T20Is?

Harsha Bhogle blamed Babar Azam for Pakistan's defeats in T20 cricket

Harsha Bhogle: “Babar Azam had a batting average of 50 or 55 but a strike-rate of 120. If you are playing with a strike rate of 110 or 115 in T20 cricket, the longer you bat, the more you are ensuring your team’s defeat”

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Renowned cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle believes that in the early part of Babar Azam’s T20 career, his poor strike-rate caused Pakistan to lose many matches.

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Which of Pakistan’s World Cup matches really ‘haunts’ Arthur?

Mickey Arthur admits Pakistan's loss to the West Indies in the World Cup really haunts him cricket

Mickey Arthur: “I think when we look back in the tournament the thing that really haunts me is the defeat against the West Indies”

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Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has admitted that the national team’s loss to the West Indies in their World Cup opener really “haunts” him.

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Champions Trophy 12th Match: Sarfraz stars as Pakistan come from behind to eliminate Sri Lanka and book spot in semi-finals

Sarfraz exults after hitting the winning runs

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Pakistan’s hopes of reaching the Champions Trophy semi-finals seemed to be fading when they were reduced to 162/7, but captain Sarfraz Ahmed ensured that didn’t happen as he clubbed an unbeaten 61 help his side defeat Sri Lanka by three wickets.

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Smith: We either beat England or go home

“We have to beat England and I think then we’re through”

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Australia captain Steve Smith admitted that his side face two situations when they go up against England in the Champions Trophy on Saturday. Either they win and keep their hopes of reaching the semi-finals alive or they lose and be eliminated from the tournament.

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IPL 2017 2nd Qualifier: Karn’s four-for propels Mumbai Indians into IPL final

Karn was named Man of the Match for his figures of 4-16 off four overs

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The Mumbai Indians will take on the Rising Pune Supergiants in the Indian Premier League (IPL) final after Karn Sharma’s four-wicket haul saw his side defeat the Kolkata Knight Riders by six wickets.

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