Told the PCB chairman this is wrong, Shoaib Akhtar on incident involving Pakistan legend Inzamam-ul-Haq

Shoaib Akhtar said he told the PCB chairman that this is wrong when talking about an incident involving former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq

Shoaib Akhtar: “During the 2006 Test, Inzamam led the side off the field. I told the chairman that this is wrong, this is against the spirit of the game”

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Iconic Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar recalled the incident where legendary captain and batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq led the team off the field during a Test match against England.

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Welcome to the club champ, Pakistan legend Younis Khan on remarkable player

Younis Khan told Joe Root welcome to the club champ and called him a remarkable player

Younis Khan: “A remarkable achievement from a remarkable player. To achieve such a huge milestone in such [a] short time and young age is truly astonishing. Welcome to the club, champ”

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Legendary Pakistan batsman Younis Khan called England star Joe Root a “remarkable player” as he welcomed him to the 10,000-run club.

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My body allowing me to test my skills in Test cricket again, 30-year-old Pakistan player once regarded as a prodigy says

Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir said his body is allowing him to test his skills in Test cricket again

Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir: “My body is allowing me to test my skills again in Test cricket”

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir said he can put his skills to the test in Test cricket again as his body has sufficiently recovered from all the injuries he has suffered.

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Feel a lot better, senior Pakistan left-arm fast bowler who has worked hard on his fitness says

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir said he feels a lot better after working on his fitness

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir: “I didn’t play much cricket after retiring from international cricket and my body got a break and not to mention my mindset changed. I worked on my fitness and now I feel a lot better”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir said he feels “a lot better” after retiring from international cricket and working hard on improving his fitness.

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