Sarfraz reveals the key reasons why Pakistan lost their World Cup match against Australia

Sarfraz Ahmed reveals the key reasons why Pakistan lost their World Cup match against Australia cricket

Sarfraz Ahmed: “We lost that match because we lost three wickets in 15 balls”

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Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has revealed that there were a number of key reasons why his side lost their World Cup match against Australia on Wednesday.

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Ramiz reveals why Pakistan lost the T20 International against England

Ramiz Raja Pakistan's inability to take wickets and bowl defensively was the reason they lost the one-off T20 International against England cricket

Ramiz Raja: “When our bowling line-up doesn’t manage to take wickets then they shift to defensive bowling, which is not a particularly strong area of the Pakistani bowlers”

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Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja has revealed that the national team’s inability to take wickets and bowl defensively led to them losing the one-off Twenty20 International against England on Sunday.

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Is Sarfraz concerned about Pakistan’s consecutive losses to Australia?

Sarfraz Ahmed not concerned about Pakistan losing first two ODIs against Australia Pakistan cricket

Sarfraz Ahmed: “We have done our preparations and we will have time to finalise our plans when we go to England”

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Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed may not be playing in the ongoing ODI series against Australia, but insisted that there is nothing to worry about after the national team lost the first two matches.

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Sarfraz explains why Pakistan lost the third Test against South Africa

Sarfraz Ahmed Pakistan lost 3rd Test against South Africa since they couldn't capitalise after bowling Proteas out for 262 in the first innings cricket

Sarfraz Ahmed: “We were in a very nice situation after the first day, but we just didn’t capitalise with the bat”

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Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has conceded that his side’s inability to capitalise on bowling South Africa out for 262 on the first day was the reason why they lost the third Test.

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