Desire to hit big sixes can’t be a priority, Mohammad Yousuf on Pakistan batsman who constantly looks to go big

Mohammad Yousuf said Azam Khan's desire to hit big sixes can't be a priority

Mohammad Yousuf: “I’m sure he will improve but what he needs to do to work on is to analyse the match situation and what his team needs ahead of his own desire to hit big sixes”

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Legendary Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf said wicketkeeper-batsman Azam Khan has to stop prioritising his desire to hit big sixes.

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He has the desire and hunger to score runs, Younis Khan on Pakistan player whose shot selection is constantly improving

Younis Khan said Babar Azam has the desire and hunger to score runs

Younis Khan on Babar Azam: “The most important quality that Babar has is the desire and hunger to score runs. We are also seeing his captaincy improve with each outing [along with] his shot selection”

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Pakistan batting coach Younis Khan said captain Babar Azam has the desire and hunger to score runs.

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Pakistan batting coach Grant Flower reveals which star player Babar Azam reminds him of

Grant Flower believes Babar Azam has the same hunger and desire to succeed as Virat Kohli Pakistan India World Cup cricket

Grant Flower: “He’s got Virat’s hunger. I think he could be [as good as him] at some point in the future”

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Pakistan batting coach Grant Flower has revealed that batsman Babar Azam reminds him a lot of India captain Virat Kohli due to his hunger to succeed.

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Woakes eager to face West Indies in day-night Test

“To play the first day-night Test match, on my home ground, would be great”

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England all-rounder Chris Woakes has expressed his desire to regain his spot in the national team ahead of the first Test against the West Indies, which will be the first day-night Test to be held in England.

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Ambrose: West Indies’ absence from Champions Trophy really disappointing

“I never thought the time would come when we, as a West Indies team, would miss a Champions Trophy”

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Legendary West Indies pace bowler Sir Curtley Ambrose has admitted that he is gutted that the national team will not be competing at the Champions Trophy in England next month.

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