Can’t explain why I’m not in the Pakistan team, spinner among the top domestic wicket-takers says

Spinner Zahid Mahmood said he can't explain why he isn't in the Pakistan team

Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood: “Why I have not been able to find a place in the national side is something I cannot explain, but for me the only way forward is to continue performing like I have been in recent times”

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Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood has said that he can’t explain why he isn’t in the national team.

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Hafeez and Akmal are the toughest to bowl to, Pakistan spinner who has taken a lot of wickets this season says

Zahid Mahmood said Mohammad Hafeez and Kamran Akmal are the toughest batsmen to bowl to

Zahid Mahmood: “The only two players who stand out in my head as tough competitors are Mohammad Hafeez and Kamran Akmal due to the aggressive nature of their stroke-play”

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Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood admitted that Mohammad Hafeez and Kamran Akmal are the toughest players to bowl to.

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Everyone will be saying my name, Pakistan player disappointed to miss out on New Zealand tour says

Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood said that everyone will be saying his name

Zahid Mahmood: “I am convinced that whilst I did not make it to the squad for the tour of New Zealand, I will make a name for myself for Pakistan in the future”

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Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood was disappointed to be overlooked for the tour of New Zealand, but said that it will also motivate him to work harder and keep performing well.

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Sarfaraz Ahmed and Moin Khan encouraged me a lot, Pakistan player with serious talent says

Zahid Mahmood said Sarfaraz Ahmed and Moin Khan encouraged him a lot

Zahid Mahmood: “I was also given a lot of encouragement by our head coach Moin Khan and by captain Sarfaraz Ahmed during the tournament which really helped me find my feet in [the] PSL”

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Pakistan spinner Zahid Mahmood has revealed that he received a lot of encouragement from former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed and Quetta Gladiators head coach Moin Khan.

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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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I am keeping an eye on these three Pakistan spinners, Misbah excited by their superb talent

Misbah-ul-Haq said he is impressed and keeping a close eye on Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan and Zahid Mahmood

Misbah-ul-Haq: “The ongoing domestic season has produced three highly impressive and consistent spinners in Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan and Zahid Mahmood”

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Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has said that he has been really impressed with spinners Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan and Zahid Mahmood.

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I can earn more money in England, but want to play for Pakistan, pacer says

Junaid Khan said he can make more money playing county cricket in England but wants to represent Pakistan again

Junaid Khan: “I have a UK nationality too and I have the option of playing county cricket and earn more than what I am earning now from Pakistan’s domestic cricket. But I want to represent and serve Pakistan again”

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Left-arm seamer Junaid Khan has said that he could make more money playing county cricket in England, but hasn’t opted to go down that route as he is still passionate about representing Pakistan.

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I have a lot of cricket left in me, 30-year-old bowler wants his Pakistan spot back

Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan said he has a lot of cricket left in him and wants his Pakistan spot back

Junaid Khan: “As far as I am concerned I can still a make comeback to Pakistan squad because I have lot of cricket left in me”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Junaid Khan has said that he has a lot of cricket left in him and wants to reclaim his spot in the national team.

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