Want to be an outstanding power-hitter like him, Pakistan captain Babar Azam on match-winner

Babar Azam said he wants to be an outstanding power-hitter like Martin Guptill

Babar Azam: “His power-hitting skills are outstanding. I will try to learn from his experience because the learning process never stops”

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Pakistan captain Babar Azam said he wants to learn how to be a top-class power-hitter like New Zealand opener Martin Guptill.

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Starting to shine in Tests, Khawaja on Pakistan player who was always good in limited overs cricket

Usman Khawaja said Babar Azam is starting to shine in Tests and has always been good in limited overs cricket

Usman Khawaja: “He was always good in limited overs cricket and is now also developing in Test cricket”

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Australia batsman Usman Khawaja said Pakistan captain Babar Azam has always been good in limited overs cricket, but is now starting to shine in Tests as well.

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Plan to open cricket academy in America, Pakistan bowler who was unplayable at his peak says

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif said he plans to open a cricket academy in America

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif: “I plan to open a Cricket Academy in the United States with my friend Gurtej Singh who is keen to develop cricket in America”

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Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif has revealed that he plans to open a cricket academy in the United States.

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Excited to develop my game, 29-year-old Pakistan player putting pressure on the national selectors says

Pakistan batsman Hammad Azam said he is excited to develop his game

Pakistan batsman Hammad Azam: “Alhamdulilah, excited to get going and develop”

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Pakistan batsman Hammad Azam said he is excited to develop and further improve his game in the ongoing month-long training camp for elite cricketers, which started last Tuesday.

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I build friendships with them, Pakistan coach says about national players

Saqlain Mushtaq said he builds friendships with the Pakistan players

Former Pakistan spinner Saqlain Mushtaq: “It will take some time to build trust in players. You can’t do this with just one or two meetings but you need to meet players on [a] regular basis in order to make friendships with them”

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Former Pakistan spinner Saqlain Mushtaq has revealed that he builds friendships with the players in the national team.

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Learning English should not be a priority for the Pakistan players, spinner says

Saqlain Mushtaq said learning English should not be a priority for the Pakistan players

Former Pakistan spinner Saqlain Mushtaq: “First of all, Urdu is our own language and I don’t think our players need to learn English. If they attend any presser or ceremony with a translator, it is okay because English is not our language”

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Legendary spinner Saqlain Mushtaq believes that learning English should not be a priority for the Pakistan players.

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Love affair for hitting big sixes thanks to tape-ball cricket, Pakistan batter in fiery form says

Pakistan batsman Azam Khan said his love affair for hitting big sixes began when he started playing tape-ball cricket

Pakistan batsman Azam Khan: “Tape-ball cricket helped me develop big-hitting; I started playing cricket at a semi-professional to professional level at a young age which further enhanced my batting skills”

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Pakistan batsman Azam Khan revealed that his love affair for hitting big sixes began when he started playing tape-ball cricket.

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I used to train from sunrise to sunset, fiery Pakistan batsman says

Pakistan batsman Khushdil Shah said he used to train from sunrise to sunset

Pakistan batsman Khushdil Shah: “The coaches worked a great deal on me and I used to stay in ground with them from sunrise to sunset”

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Pakistan batsman Khushdil Shah has said that he used to train from sunrise to sunset in order to improve his batting and develop his overall game.

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I’ve struggled to bowl out-swingers for two years, Pakistan star bowler admits

Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi revealed he has struggled to bowl out-swingers for two years

Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi: “To be honest, I haven’t been able to bowl many out-swinging deliveries in my international career so far. This has been the case for the past two years”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi has shockingly revealed that he has struggled to bowl out-swingers for the last two years.

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