Not thinking about T20 World Cup right now, Pakistan player who is fully fit says

Pakistan spinner Shadab Khan said he is not thinking about the T20 World Cup right now

Pakistan spinner Shadab Khan: “This is still some time left before the World Cup, which is why I’m only focusing on the PSL at the moment”

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Pakistan limited overs vice-captain Shadab Khan said he is not thinking about the T20 World Cup right now.

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Easy for him to perform, Aaqib Javed backs Pakistan player to dominate with the bat in the PSL

Aaqib Javed said it will be easy for Mohammad Hafeez to perform

Aaqib Javed: “It will be very easy for Hafeez to perform on the flat and batting pitches of Abu Dhabi. We are hopeful of him performing with the bat”

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Lahore Qalandars head coach Aaqib Javed believes it will be easy for veteran big-hitting all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez to perform in the remaining Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches.

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Waiting to make their mark, Lahore Qalandars CEO on two rising stars of Pakistan cricket

Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana said Ahmed Daniyal and Muhammad Faizan are waiting to make their mark

Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana: “We have Daniyal and Faizan along with a very long line of players waiting to make their mark”

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Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana said fast bowler Ahmed Daniyal and batsman Muhammad Faizan are both waiting to make their mark.

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Time to show how fast I can bowl, 18-year-old Pakistan seamer who bowls 140 to 145 kph says

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer said it is time to show how fast he can bowl

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer: “I really enjoy bowling fast and taking on the batters in the T20 format. My aim would be to make a big impression when I get the opportunity to wear the United kit in Abu Dhabi”

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Pakistan and Islamabad United pace bowler Zeeshan Zameer said he wants to make a splash in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and show how fast he is capable of bowling.

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My role is very tough, Pakistan left-arm seamer hoping to do well in the PSL says

Pakistan left-arm seamer Sohaibullah said his role is very tough

Pakistan left-arm seamer Sohaibullah: “As an opening bowler, I know I have a tough role to perform in the T20 format, but that is the kind of challenge I enjoy”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Sohaibullah said his role is very tough in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as he is the Multan Sultans’ opening bowler.

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An honour to bat with Gayle and Du Plessis, 19-year-old Pakistan opener representing Quetta Gladiators says

Pakistan batsman Saim Ayub said it was an honour to bat with Chris Gayle and Faf du Plessis

Pakistan batsman Saim Ayub: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my journey with the Gladiators so far and it was a great privilege to share the crease with T20 stars like Chris Gayle and Faf du Plessis”

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Pakistan and Quetta Gladiators batsman Saim Ayub said it was an honour to bat with West Indies power-hitter Chris Gayle and South Africa batsman Faf du Plessis in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

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Big contributions coming, 24-year-old Pakistan pace-bowling all-rounder says

Pakistan pace-bowling all-rounder Mohammad Imran said big contributions are coming

Pakistan pace-bowling all-rounder Mohammad Imran: “I am very keen on continuing my progress and learning more about bowling in the format and making significant contributions for my team”

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Pakistan pace-bowling all-rounder Mohammad Imran has said he will make big contributions for the Peshawar Zalmi in the remaining Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches.

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Improved my batting, wicketkeeping and fitness, up-and-coming 20-year-old Pakistan talent says

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Haris said he has improved his batting, wicketkeeping and fitness

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Haris: “I have worked really hard on my batting, wicketkeeping and overall fitness in recent months and I hope that I make all of that count when I take the field for my team in Abu Dhabi”

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Pakistan youngster Mohammad Haris said he has worked hard on his batting, wicketkeeping and fitness over the past few months.

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