Physically very fit, Wasim Akram happy 40-year-old Pakistan player is still playing well

Wasim Akram said Mohammad Hafeez is physically very fit

Wasim Akram: “Hafeez is 40 odd, he is physically very fit and part of the team. I’m happy that he is playing well”

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Pakistan icon Wasim Akram said veteran power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez is “physically very fit” despite being 40 years old.

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Happy to be retained, Pakistan rising star in the Test squad for the West Indies series says

Pakistan seamer Shahnawaz Dahani said he is happy to be retained in the Test squad

Pakistan seamer Shahnawaz Dahani: “I’m happy to be retained in the Test squad [for the West Indies tour] as it is [the] highest form of cricket”

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Pakistan pace bowler Shahnawaz Dahani said he is delighted to have been retained in the Test squad for the upcoming two-Test series against the West Indies.

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So happy I got Shahid Afridi out, extremely quick Pakistan teenager says

Mohammad Wasim said he is so happy he got Shahid Afridi out

Mohammad Wasim on Shahid Afridi: “Shahid bhai’s wicket was my favourite as it was one of my dreams to get him out”

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Pakistan and Islamabad United seamer Mohammad Wasim said he was so happy to have dismissed legendary all-rounder and Multan Sultans star Shahid Afridi in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

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Glad people have high expectations of me, Pakistan player who has zoomed to superstardom says

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan said he is glad people have high expectations of him

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan: “I enjoy the fact that people have expectations from me”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman and Multan Sultans captain Mohammad Rizwan said he is happy that people have such high expectations of him.

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Was depressed for two years, gifted Pakistan player who felt he was treated unfairly says

Pakistan batsman Sami Aslam said he was depressed for two years

Sami Aslam: “Not even 1 percent regret. I am really happy to be out here in America after being depressed in Pakistan for 2 years”

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Pakistan batsman Sami Aslam has revealed that he was depressed for two years and has “not even 1 percent regret” about his decision to move to America.

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Hungry for runs, 29-year-old Pakistan player who wants to be noticed says

Pakistan batsman Zain Abbas said he is always hungry for runs

Pakistan batsman Zain Abbas: “I am happy that I have performed really well this season. I was hungry for runs because I didn’t get a chance in Southern Punjab’s first XI last year”

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Pakistan batsman Zain Abbas said he was “hungry for runs” in the most recent domestic season as he “didn’t get a chance in Southern Punjab’s first XI last year”.

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We have no weak links, Pakistan Super League captain says about his team

Pakistan spin-bowling all-rounder and Karachi Kings captain Imad Wasim said the Kings have no weak links

Pakistan spin-bowling all-rounder and Karachi Kings captain Imad Wasim: “I am really satisfied with the composition of our team. We picked seasoned players and I don’t see a weak link in the whole side”

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With the Pakistan Super League (PSL) having begun, Karachi Kings captain Imad Wasim said he doesn’t “see a weak link in the whole side”.

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He has proved everyone wrong, Imad happy about Pakistan player’s success

Imad Wasim said Mohammad Rizwan has proved everyone wrong

Imad Wasim: “He has proved many people wrong which is a great thing in cricket. You should keep working hard and prove everyone wrong”

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Karachi Kings captain Imad Wasim said Multan Sultans skipper and Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan has proved everyone wrong with his performances lately.

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Never once complained about being moved around the batting order, Pakistan hard-hitter says

Pakistan batsman Asif Ali said he never once complained about being moved around the batting order

Pakistan batsman Asif Ali: “I cannot think of any player who would have a complaint like that when playing for his country”

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Pakistan big-hitter Asif Ali has made it clear that he never once complained about being moved around the batting order.

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