Highest percentage of deliveries in good length zone in Tests since 2006, current Pakistan bowler beats McGrath, Asif, Philander and Hazlewood

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Abbas has the highest percentage of deliveries in the good length zone in Tests since 2006, beating players like Glenn McGrath and Mohammad Asif

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Abbas has the highest percentage of deliveries in the good length zone in Tests since 2006, beating players like Glenn McGrath and Mohammad Asif

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Abbas is the best of the best when it comes to the highest percentage of deliveries in the good length zone in Tests since 2006.

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They are top quality bowlers, Pakistan legend Shahid Afridi on Australia duo wreaking havoc

Shahid Afridi said Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood are top quality bowlers

Shahid Afridi: “Brilliant display by Cummins and Hazlewood today, really enjoyed top-quality Test match fast bowling after [a] long time. Indian batting is still capable of fighting back but it will be now tougher without Kohli”

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Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has heaped praise on Australia pace bowlers Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood following their performance in the first Test against India.

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Unbelievable bowling, Pakistan cricketer Anwar Ali really impressed with Australia seamer

Anwar Ali said Josh Hazlewood's bowling was unbelievable in the first Test against India

Anwar Ali said Josh Hazlewood’s bowling was “unbelievable” in the first Test against India

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Pakistan cricketer Anwar Ali heaped praise on Australia pace bowler Josh Hazlewood for his “unbelievable” bowling in the first Test against India.

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Pakistan star Babar Azam reveals which 4 bowlers ‘always give you a tough time’

Babar Azam admitted Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Trent Boult are the toughest bowlers to face while he is batting Pakistan cricket

Babar Azam: “Every team has bowlers that bowl above 140kph and are experienced. Bowlers like [Josh] Hazlewood, [Mitchell] Starc, [Pat] Cummins and [Trent] Boult always give you a tough time”

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Pakistan batsman Babar Azam has revealed that the Australia pace trio of Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins, along with New Zealand left-arm seamer Trent Boult, are among the toughest bowlers to face in international cricket.

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Pakistan batsman Babar Azam reveals which Australia bowler was the toughest to face

Babar Azam admits Josh Hazlewood was the toughest bowler to face in the Test series Pakistan Australia cricket

Babar Azam: “He consistently bowls at the same length and makes a good use of the crease too. He is just too consistent and does not lose his length. He knows where to bowl”

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Pakistan batsman Babar Azam has admitted that Australia pace bowler Josh Hazlewood was the most difficult bowler he faced during the recent two-Test series.

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Josh Hazlewood reveals the secret to dismissing Pakistan batsman Babar Azam early

Josh Hazlewood reveals the secret to dismissing Babar Azam early on Australia Pakistan cricket

Josh Hazlewood: “I feel if you can get him early, you can get a rash shot like that sometimes”

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Australia pace bowler Josh Hazlewood has revealed the secret to dismissing Pakistan batsman Babar Azam after he accomplished the feat on the opening day of the first Test in Brisbane.

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England vs Australia 4th Ashes Test Day 5: Australia triumph to retain the Ashes in England for the first time since 2001

Australia retain the Ashes in England for the first time since 2001 4th Ashes Test Day 5 Manchester cricket

Australia are over the moon after retaining the Ashes in England for the first time in 18 years

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Australia beat England by 185 runs in the final hour on the fifth day in Manchester to retain the Ashes in England for the first time since 2001.

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