Misbah makes bold claim about Pakistan’s cricketing future

Misbah-ul-Haq makes bold claim about Pakistan's cricketing future

Misbah-ul-Haq: “The return of international cricket to Pakistan is great for the popularity of the sport amongst youngsters”

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Pakistan head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq has claimed that many more youngsters will start pursuing cricket as a career since the entire Pakistan Super League (PSL) is being held in the country.

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Razzaq reveals how he plans to give back to Pakistan cricket

Abdul Razzaq has revealed how he plans to give back to Pakistan cricket

Abdul Razzaq: “It is my mission now to coach youngsters from the grassroots level as that is the level where coaching is most needed”

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Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has revealed that he wants to coach young children in order to ensure the country has plenty of talented players in the future.

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Moin Khan makes funny remark about kids skipping school to watch Pakistan’s Test series against Sri Lanka

Moin Khan hilariously said that kids will skip school to watch the Test series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka since it will be the first time Test cricket is being held in Pakistan in 10 years

Moin Khan: “Though I don’t condone bunking schools now, but that culture will be back when younger kids and teenagers will fill in the stands to watch top-class players like Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq and Yasir Shah”

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Former Pakistan captain Moin Khan has hilariously said that children will skip school to watch the upcoming Test series between the national team and Sri Lanka.

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What does Zaman hope aspiring cricketers in Pakistan get to do in the near future?

Fakhar Zaman hopes aspiring cricketers in Pakistan will get the chance to spend time with top international cricketers in the near future World Cup cricket

Fakhar Zaman: “Kids are surely motivated when they spend time with top players. Hopefully, [the] day will come soon when children in Pakistan also get to see such activities”

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Opening batsman Fakhar Zaman hopes that kids and aspiring cricketers in Pakistan can have the chance to “spend time with top players” in the near future.

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Clarke launches his own cricket academy

"I want both boys and girls to be able to walk out of there and say 'I've learnt a lot about trying to become a better person and a better cricketer'"

“I want both boys and girls to be able to walk out of there and say ‘I’ve learnt a lot about trying to become a better person and a better cricketer'”

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Australia captain Michael Clarke has launched his own cricket academy in Sydney since he wants to help Australian cricket move in the right direction “for the next 10, 20, 30 or 40 years”.

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Bopara feels ’empty’ and ‘frustrated’ at being left out of Test team

"I woke up feeling this hole inside me knowing that England was over for me for a bit and I was going back to county cricket"

“I woke up feeling this hole inside me knowing that England was over for me for a bit and I was going back to county cricket”

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England all-rounder Ravi Bopara has admitted that he felt “empty” and “frustrated” at being left out of the national team for their recently concluded two-Test series against Sri Lanka.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: From rags to riches: The awe-inspiring story of Afghanistan’s Mohammad Shahzad

Shahzad’s story shows that the road to becoming an international cricketer is not always an easy one

From an early age, Afghanistan-born Mohammad Shahzad knew nothing of life beyond the refugee camp his family and he had fled to in Peshawar after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Fast bowling bar raised by Brett Lee, says Steve Waugh

Lee claimed 718 wickets across all three formats in his career

Former Australia captain Steve Waugh believes that pace bowler Brett Lee, who recently retired from international cricket, raised the bar for the current generation of fast bowlers all around the world.

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