Comfortable batting at any position, Pakistan player who averaged 80 in the National T20 Cup says

Pakistan batsman Muhammad Akhlaq said he is comfortable batting at any position

Pakistan batsman Muhammad Akhlaq: “I am comfortable batting at any position. I am regularly working on my wicketkeeping during practice sessions and ready to play any role for the team”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Muhammad Akhlaq said he is “comfortable batting at any position”.

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See myself as a top order batsman, 19-year-old who averaged 50.28 in the Pakistan Cup says

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir said he sees himself as a top order batsman

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir: “I have always liked batting in the top order, but I have groomed my mind to be ready to play at any number for my team and according to the match situation”

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Wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir said he has “always liked batting in the top order”.

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Can prove myself if I am the first choice, Pakistan player with a very bright future ahead of him says

Pakistan cricketer Rohail Nazir said he can prove himself if he is the first choice wicketkeeper-batsman

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rohail Nazir: “My belief is that a good player eventually proves his worth when he gets a chance and becomes the first choice”

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Up-and-coming Pakistan cricketer Rohail Nazir said he can prove his worth “when he gets a chance and becomes the first choice” wicketkeeper-batsman.

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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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Something wrong with our system since he can’t get into the Pakistan team, Haroon Rasheed on 35-year-old who averaged 53.42 in the QeA Trophy

Haroon Rasheed said there is something wrong with Pakistan's system if Asad Shafiq can't get into the national team

Haroon Rasheed: “If a player like Asad Shafiq plays 70 Test matches and is still not able to secure his place in the national side then it is clear that something is wrong with our system”

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Former Pakistan batsman Haroon Rasheed believes there is something wrong with the country’s cricket system since a decorated batsman like Asad Shafiq can’t get back into the national team.

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Hungry for runs, 29-year-old Pakistan player who wants to be noticed says

Pakistan batsman Zain Abbas said he is always hungry for runs

Pakistan batsman Zain Abbas: “I am happy that I have performed really well this season. I was hungry for runs because I didn’t get a chance in Southern Punjab’s first XI last year”

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Pakistan batsman Zain Abbas said he was “hungry for runs” in the most recent domestic season as he “didn’t get a chance in Southern Punjab’s first XI last year”.

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