The boy has a lot of talent, Wasim on injury-prone Pakistan teenager whose confidence and form has been affected

Mohammad Wasim said the boy has a lot of talent when talking about Naseem Shah

Mohammad Wasim on Naseem Shah: “He has had injury problems and that has affected his confidence and his form. The boy has a lot of talent and it takes time to recover from injuries”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said pace bowler Naseem Shah “has a lot of talent”, but his confidence and form has been affected by the injuries he has suffered.

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Who knows how long he can continue to play with these types of injuries, Wasim on highly successful Pakistan spinner

Mohammad Wasim said who knows how long Yasir Shah can continue to play with these types of injuries

Mohammad Wasim on Yasir Shah: “We wish to help him prolong his career, otherwise who knows how long he can continue to play with these types of injuries as they can be very damaging for him”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim noted that spinner Yasir Shah needs to take the necessary steps to ensure he doesn’t keep succumbing to injuries.

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My workload was far too much, 26-year-old Pakistan bowler ready to make comeback in South Africa series says

Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali said his workload was far too much

Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali: “It was because of far too much workload placed on my body”

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Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali has said that his workload was far too much when he was last playing international cricket, and attributed this to the spate of injuries he suffered.

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Ridiculous how people blamed celebration and marriage for my injuries, in-form Pakistan player says

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali said it's ridiculous how people blamed his celebration and marriage for his injuries

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali: “People were saying that I got injured due to my marriage and that he’s not focusing on cricket, but those people have no clue about just what difficulties you go through as a cricketer”

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Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali believes it is ridiculous that people have blamed his injuries on his celebration and marriage.

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If I played Tests, I would have retired from international cricket by now, Pakistan player admits

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir said if he had continued playing Tests he would have retired from international cricket by now

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir: “If I had played all formats, I would have retired from international cricket by now”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir said if he had continued playing Tests, he would have retired from international cricket by now.

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He will break down in future, Amir worried about Pakistan player’s huge workload

Mohammad Amir said Shaheen Shah Afridi will break down in future if Pakistan don't manage his workload properly

Mohammad Amir: “He can carry on like this at the moment, due [to] his young age, but later on in his career this will cause problems for him”

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Mohammad Amir has admitted that fellow left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi will break down in future if Pakistan don’t manage his workload properly.

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Funny people think my celebration caused my injuries, talented Pakistan pace bowler says

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali said it's funny how people think his injuries have been caused by his celebration when taking wickets

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali: “I have no issues related to my celebrations. The injury and fitness issues I’ve had were due to other reasons. I took 3 wickets today and celebrated in the same way. I like my celebration as that lifts me and motivates me”

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Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali has made it clear that his unique celebration when taking wickets was never responsible for any of the injuries he suffered.

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His ‘bones aren’t mature enough’ – Inzamam on which Pakistan player?

Inzamam-ul-Haq said Shaheen Shah Afridi's bones aren't mature yet and needs to work on his fitness

Inzamam-ul-Haq: “I doubt with Afridi playing all three formats together, he can face fitness issues in the coming days. His bones aren’t mature enough so he needs to work harder on his fitness”

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Former Pakistan captain and chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has urged left-arm seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi to work on his fitness, saying his “bones aren’t mature enough”.

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