See him playing for Pakistan for another three years at least, Wasim on bowler who can trouble a lot of batsmen

Mohammad Wasim said he sees Yasir Shah playing for Pakistan for another three years at least

Mohammad Wasim on Yasir Shah: “Hopefully he will be pain-free and injury-free in future and he can serve Pakistan for the next three years at least”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said he sees spinner Yasir Shah playing for the national team for another three years at least if he remains fit.

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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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Saqlain will look at his bowling, Wasim on injured Pakistan player who is very talented

Mohammad Wasim said Saqlain Mushtaq will look at Yasir Shah's bowling

Mohammad Wasim: “Saqlain will look at his bowling and look at how the injury can be prevented in future. We want to make sure he completes his recovery and his rehabilitation and also to make sure that the injury doesn’t happen again”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim has revealed that legendary spinner Saqlain Mushtaq will look at Yasir Shah’s bowling action.

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Told him he wasn’t going to be picked, Wasim on Pakistan player who struggled in his last match

Mohammad Wasim said he told Yasir Shah he wasn't going to be picked

Mohammad Wasim: “I had a chat with Yasir and I explained everything to him about the fact that he was injured and he was well aware of that as he was struggling in the second Test match against South Africa”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim has made it clear that he told spinner Yasir Shah he wouldn’t be picked for the tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe.

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I saw his medical reports, Mohammad Wasim insists Pakistan player wasn’t fit to be picked for tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe

Mohammad Wasim said he saw Yasir Shah's medical reports and insists the spinner wasn't fit to be selected for the tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe

Mohammad Wasim: “It was a simple case as far as Yasir Shah’s situation was concerned. I was in touch with the team physio, and I saw Yasir’s medical reports”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim has insisted that spinner Yasir Shah wasn’t fit to be picked for the tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe.

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Shahid Afridi hints at rift between Pakistan players and Misbah-ul-Haq?

Shahid Afridi hints at rift between the Pakistan players and Misbah-ul-Haq cricket

Shahid Afridi: “These guys aren’t happy so Misbah should sit down [with] these senior players and get the trainer who likes to do these fitness tests to attend this session and talk about a plan for fitness”

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Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has hinted at a potential rift forming between the national player and Misbah-ul-Haq, who is the team’s head coach and chief selector.

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Pakistan captain Azhar Ali blames knee injury for dismal performance in Australia?

Azhar Ali refuses to blame knee injury for his disappointing performance in the Test series against Australia Pakistan cricket

Azhar Ali: “You cannot say that I am unable to score because of my injuries. If there is an issue with my fitness, it will be picked up by the Pakistan Cricket Board”

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Pakistan captain Azhar Ali has refused to blame a knee injury for his dismal performance in the recent two-Test series against Australia.

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