Pakistan batsman Imran Nazir shares the pain of ‘the biggest regret of my life’

Imran Nazir shares the pain of the biggest regret of his career

Imran Nazir: “Cricket wise it will remain the biggest regret of my life. It will continue to hurt until my last breath”

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Pakistan batsman Imran Nazir has admitted that not leading his country to victory over India in the 2007 World T20 final “will continue to hurt until my last breath”.

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Waqar makes shocking admission about Pakistan’s 3-0 T20 loss to Sri Lanka

Waqar Younis makes shocking admission about Pakistan's T20 series against Sri Lanka cricket

Waqar Younis: “Maybe we took Sri Lanka lightly in [the] T20Is because we won [the] ODIs easily. Plus we brought some players back and they couldn’t perform”

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Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis has admitted that the national team underestimated Sri Lanka in their T20 series last October.

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Arafat reveals who was made a ‘scapegoat’ for Pakistan’s T20 series loss to Sri Lanka

Yasir Arafat feels Sarfaraz Ahmed was made a scapegoat for Pakistan's T20 series loss to Sri Lanka cricket

Yasir Arafat: “I feel that the decision to relieve Sarfaraz of the T20 captaincy is simply a case of finding a scapegoat for the humiliating loss to Sri Lanka in the T20 series”

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Former Pakistan all-rounder Yasir Arafat believes Sarfaraz Ahmed was made a “scapegoat” after the national team’s loss to Sri Lanka.

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Asif Iqbal reveals two key reasons why Pakistan failed to qualify for World Cup semi-finals

Asif Iqbal believes Pakistan failed to qualify for World Cup semi-finals since they didn't maintain a healthy net run rate and lost to the West Indies in their opening match of the tournament cricket

Asif Iqbal: “Pakistan could have been in the semi finals had they planned better in managing their run rate. Losing to the West Indies badly in the opening match didn’t help either”

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Former Pakistan captain Asif Iqbal believes that the national team’s failure to maintain a healthy net run rate and their loss to the West Indies were the two key reasons why they failed to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals.

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Azam makes honest admission on why Pakistan failed to qualify for World Cup semi-finals

Babar Azam believes Pakistan's loss to the West Indies was the reason why they failed to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals cricket

Babar Azam: “This loss followed the team till our last group match and it was unfortunate that we [are] out of the last four on the basis of run rate despite being equal with New Zealand [on] 11 points”

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Pakistan batsman Babar Azam believes that the national team’s loss to the West Indies in their World Cup opener was the reason why they failed to qualify for the semi-finals.

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Afridi reveals where things went wrong for Pakistan at the World Cup

Shahid Afridi believes Pakistan's loss to the West Indies dented their chances of doing well at the World Cup cricket

Shahid Afridi: “Pakistan faced their worst defeat in the very first match of the World Cup at the hands [the] West Indies, which dented the team’s chances in the World Cup”

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Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi believes that the national team’s loss to the West Indies in their World Cup opener “dented” their chances of doing well at the tournament.

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Bazid reveals what cost Pakistan a spot in the World Cup semi-finals

Bazid Khan believes Pakistan's loss to Australia cost them a spot in the World Cup semi-finals cricket

Bazid Khan: “That loss to Australia ultimately cost you a spot in the World Cup semi-finals because after that loss, no matter what you did you could not recover”

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Ex-Pakistan batsman Bazid Khan believes the national team’s loss to Australia ultimately cost them a spot in the World Cup semi-finals.

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Sarfraz reveals the shocking treatment Pakistan received after their loss to India

Sarfraz Ahmed admits the Pakistan players endured a tough time after the loss to India World Cup cricket

Sarfraz Ahmed: “We had a tough time in London after the India match. Not only the incident with me, there were other incidents as well which we did report. This was a very tough time”

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Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has admitted that he and some of his teammates were treated horribly after the team’s loss to India at the World Cup.

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Which of Pakistan’s World Cup matches really ‘haunts’ Arthur?

Mickey Arthur admits Pakistan's loss to the West Indies in the World Cup really haunts him cricket

Mickey Arthur: “I think when we look back in the tournament the thing that really haunts me is the defeat against the West Indies”

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Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has admitted that the national team’s loss to the West Indies in their World Cup opener really “haunts” him.

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