Outstanding and memorable, Sajid Khan on Pakistan player whose form is skyrocketing

Sajid Khan said Fakhar Zaman's performance against South Africa was outstanding and memorable

Sajid Khan: “Well led and played by [Mr. Consistent] Babar Azam. Outstanding and [memorable] batting display by Fakhar Zaman”

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Pakistan spinner Sajid Khan said opener Fakhar Zaman put up an “outstanding and memorable” performance in the recently-concluded ODI series against South Africa.

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He’s become Mr. Consistent, Yasir Arafat on Pakistan player who keeps standing up and performing

Yasir Arafat said Mohammad Hafeez has become Mr. Consistent

Yasir Arafat: “Mohammad Rizwan held his nerve almost right till the very end and Mohammad Hafeez consistent as always”

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Former cricketer Yasir Arafat has lavished praise on veteran all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez, saying he has become Mr. Consistent.

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He is Mr Consistent, Danish Kaneria on Pakistan player who never fails

Danish Kaneria said Babar Azam is Mr Consistent

Danish Kaneria: “If Mr Consistent Babar Azam doesn’t score or he is unfit, who will win for Pakistan, batting only [relies] on Babar, what next? Are we making [a] match finisher?”

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Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has called captain and star batsman Babar Azam “Mr Consistent”.

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After being thrashed 3-0, I think Australia are in no position to be making sneaky comments about me, says Jonathan Trott

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“The Australians have made a few comments already and it’s quite surprising, having lost 3-0, they want to make comments, challenges, and start making suggestions and statements about individuals”

England batsman Jonathan Trott has lashed out at Australian pace bowler Ryan Harris after he stated that the baggy greens’ bowling attack had forced the South African-born batsman to change his natural game during the recent Ashes series.

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2nd Investec Ashes Test: Yeah Australia talk nah

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Root, Bell and Swann were all credited for their game-changing contributions

Australia captain Michael Clarke will be sweating buckets for the remainder of this Ashes series after his team fell to England once again, thanks largely to the outstanding batting efforts of Ian Bell and Joe Root and the masterful spin bowling of Graeme Swann.

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Champions Trophy 2013 1st semi-final: England Trott along to final after blowing past the ‘chokers’

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‘Mr Consistent’ did what he does best to knock South Africa out of the tournament

South Africa captain AB de Villiers was adamant that his side would not ‘choke’ during their semi-final encounter with England, but that was exactly what ended up happening as they were dominated and put out of their misery by Jonathan Trott.

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Champions Trophy 2013 8th match: Don’t worry Sri Lanka, Kumar Sangakkara’s got your back

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Sangakkara’s triumphant knock cut England down to their knees

Kumar Sangakkara singlehandedly put Sri Lanka on his back and carried them across the finish line against England in what many cricket pundits would have arguably called his best ODI innings to date.

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Champions Trophy 2013 3rd match: England thrash Australia to gain huge momentum boost ahead of pivotal Ashes series

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Bell’s 91 propelled England to an emphatic win

The historic Edgbaston ground in Birmingham was the place to be on June 8 as arch-rivals England and Australia prepared for their pre-Ashes clash in which the winner would be deemed to have the psychological advantage over their opponent heading into the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on July 10.

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