Lived with 28 people in Nazimabad in Karachi, Pakistan Under-19 talent says

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer said he lived with 28 people in Nazimabad in Karachi

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer: “We lived in a combined family system whereby 28 of us resided in one house in Nazimabad in Karachi”

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Pakistan pace bowler Zeeshan Zameer revealed that he “lived in a combined family system whereby 28 of us resided in one house in Nazimabad in Karachi”.

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If there’s someone better than me, I will retire, Pakistan batsman who can win games single-handedly says

Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez said if there is someone better than him he will retire

Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez: “Yes, if someone better is ready to replace me, I’ll happily leave and retire with no resentment”

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Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez said he will retire from international cricket if there’s someone better than him.

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A future superstar, Ramiz tells Pakistan player to focus on performances and not on money

Ramiz Raja said Shahnawaz Dhani is a future superstar

Ramiz Raja on Shahnawaz Dhani: “He only needs to take care of his fitness and give himself a good environment by making friends who can tell him that performance is more important than money. He can be a superstar in the future”

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Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja feels that fast bowler Shahnawaz Dhani “can be a superstar in the future”.

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Played T10 League to get experience and money, Pakistan super smasher says

Pakistan batsman Asif Ali said he played in the T10 League to get experience and money

Pakistan batsman Asif Ali: “I felt that I could learn a lot from playing alongside some top names and also get financial rewards which was a good outcome for me”

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Pakistan dynamo Asif Ali has revealed that he opted to play in this year’s T10 League in Abu Dhabi in order to get some experience and money.

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Increase salaries and match fees, 30-year-old Pakistan batsman also wants four-day cricket to be given same importance as PSL

Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin said increase salaries and match fees

Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin: “I believe that salaries and match fees need to be looked at and increased, as that is an issue especially for those players who believe that money can only be made by playing twenty over cricket”

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Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin has called for an increase in salaries and match fees in four-day cricket.

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Pay more attention, Usman Salahuddin sees worrying trend among young Pakistan players

Usman Salahuddin said younger players need to pay more attention to four-day cricket

Usman Salahuddin: “four-day cricket is the highest level of domestic cricket which tests your fitness, technique and I would urge our younger players to pay more attention to this format than the shorter formats”

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Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin has admitted that he has spotted a worrying trend among the young players in the country, whereby they are more interested in playing T20 cricket rather than four-day cricket.

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I was going to explode at some point, Pakistan player who believes his reputation is ruined says

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir said he was going to explode at some point

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir: “This was frustrating me and this had to explode at some point”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir said he was going “to explode at some point” as many former cricketers had ruined his reputation by making various claims.

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Where’s the money, PCB hasn’t paid Pakistan cricketers’ salaries for three months

Pakistan cricketers playing domestic cricket are asking where is the money as the PCB hasn't paid them their salaries for three months

Pakistan players playing domestic cricket said the PCB hasn’t paid them their salaries for three months

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The Pakistan domestic season is in full swing, but players have complained that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has not paid their salaries for three months.

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My brother gave up playing cricket so I could, talented 32-year-old Pakistan leg-spinner says

Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood said his brother gave up playing cricket so he could

Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood: “Unfortunately, due to financial pressures, my brother gave up cricket, but he made sure by giving me support and given my talent and passion, I would continue to play the game”

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Pakistan leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood revealed that his older brother gave up playing cricket so that he could.

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