Babar Azam must stop thinking he can hit fours and sixes right away, Inzamam on Pakistan batsman who smashes the ball a long way

Inzamam-ul-Haq said Pakistan captain Babar Azam must stop thinking Asif Ali can hit fours and sixes right away

Inzamam-ul-Haq on Babar Azam and Asif Ali: “The captain expects him to start hitting fours and sixes from the word go and during that, a player can get out quickly”

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Iconic Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said current skipper Babar Azam must stop thinking that power-hitter Asif Ali can hit fours and sixes right “from the word go”.

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If you ever try that, you’re out of the team, Ali Khan Tareen tells Pakistan domestic star trying to make international comeback

Ali Khan Tareen told Usman Salahuddin if he ever trys taking a two-handed catch one handed again, he will be out of the Southern Punjab team

Ali Khan Tareen to Usman Salahuddin: “If you ever try that on the field you’re out of the team”

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Former Multan Sultans co-owner Ali Khan Tareen jokingly told batsman Usman Salahuddin that he would be out of the Southern Punjab team if he tried to take a regulation out-field catch with one hand.

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He could play for Southern Punjab’s first XI this year, Ali Khan Tareen on Pakistan teenager who trapped Babar Azam lbw

Ali Khan Tareen said Faisal Akram could play for Southern Punjab's first XI this year

Ali Khan Tareen said Faisal Akram will “hopefully” play for Southern Punjab’s first XI this year

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Former Multan Sultans co-owner Ali Khan Tareen said it is possible that left-arm spinner Faisal Akram will play for Southern Punjab’s first XI in this year’s domestic season.

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The future of Pakistan spin, Ali Khan Tareen sees greatness in 18-year-old who got Babar Azam out

Ali Khan Tareen said Faisal Akram is the future of Pakistan spin

Ali Khan Tareen: “Faisal Akram. The future of Pakistan spin”

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Former Multan Sultans co-owner Ali Khan Tareen sees greatness in left-arm spinner Faisal Akram and even went as far as saying that the teenager is the “future of Pakistan spin”.

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They could hit me, but I knew I could get them out, Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif on two legendary batsmen from India and Australia

Mohammad Asif said Virender Sehwag and Adam Gilchrist could hit him but he knew he could get them out

Mohammad Asif: “I enjoyed the challenge that the likes of Virender Sehwag and Adam Gilchrist presented and whilst I knew that they had the ability to play incredible shots and could hit me around a bit, the fact was that I had that knowledge and self-belief that sooner or later I would get them out”

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Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif said he knew he could get legendary India opener Virender Sehwag and iconic Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist out even though they “could hit me around a bit”.

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Got Babar Azam out with a good ball, 17-year-old Pakistan left-arm wrist-spinner says

Faisal Akram said he got Babar Azam out with a good ball

Faisal Akram: “I was bowling well at that time as well, so Babar bhai got a good ball and was dismissed. After that my confidence just skyrocketed”

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Pakistan left-arm wrist-spinner Faisal Akram said he got captain Babar Azam out with a “good ball”.

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He is the glue of the batting line-up, Faf du Plessis on Pakistan batsman at the top of his game

Faf du Plessis said Babar Azam is the glue of Pakistan's batting line-up

Faf du Plessis: “His injury has proven that if you take his runs out of the team, it becomes a team that you feel you can get on top of pretty easily”

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South Africa batsman Faf du Plessis believes Pakistan captain Babar Azam is the glue of his team’s batting line-up.

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Can’t just hit boundaries and get out, entertaining 20-year-old Pakistan big-hitter reflects on his game in brutal and honest way

Pakistan batsman Haider Ali made a brutally honest reflection of his game saying he can't hit two to three boundaries and get out

Pakistan batsman Haider Ali: “I need to give myself more time on the crease, as it’s not enough to just hit 2-3 boundaries in an over and then be dismissed on the next ball which only helps the bowler”

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Pakistan batsman Haider Ali has reflected on his game in a brutally honest way, saying he can’t “hit 2-3 boundaries in an over and then be dismissed on the next ball”.

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