Misbah will be first to admit it has been a mixed year, PCB higher-up says

Wasim Khan said Misbah-ul-Haq will be the first to admit it has been a mixed year

Wasim Khan: “If Misbah were to provide an honest assessment, he would probably say that it’s been a mixed year. Misbah is an honest guy and works pretty hard and he will have a long hard look at what he has achieved”

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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief executive Wasim Khan has said Misbah-ul-Haq will be the first to admit that it has been a mixed year in terms of results for him as head coach.

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Pakistan seamer Aaqib Javed ranks Starc, Steyn and Boult in Test cricket

Aaqib Javed ranks Mitchell Starc, Dale Steyn and Trent Boult in Test cricket

Aaqib Javed: “Starc number one, then Steyn and then Boult”

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Ex-Pakistan fast bowler Aaqib Javed was given three seamers to pick in a Test match – Australia’s Mitchell Starc, South Africa’s Dale Steyn and New Zealand’s Trent Boult – but which of them did he rank as the best for the longest format?

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Azhar makes bold prediction about Pakistan creating history during Test series against Australia

Azhar Ali confident Pakistan can make history by winning their first-ever Test series in Australia cricket

Azhar Ali: “All the guys are very excited, our biggest motivation is that we have never won a series here before, and we are excited because we have a chance of writing our names in [the] history books”

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Pakistan Test captain Azhar Ali firmly believes that his side are capable of making history during their upcoming two-Test series against Australia.

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Amir thrilled after claiming maiden ODI five-for in Pakistan’s match against Australia

Mohammad Amir delighted to have taken first five-wicket haul in ODIs Pakistan World Cup cricket

Mohammad Amir: “I am happy that after 10 years [after] my international debut I have taken my first five-for [in ODIs]”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir admitted that he was thrilled to have picked up his maiden five-wicket haul in ODIs in his side’s World Cup match against Australia on Wednesday.

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