Improving myself to get into the Pakistan team, teenager who bowls up to 145 kph says

Zeeshan Zameer said he is improving himself to get into the Pakistan team

Zeeshan Zameer: “It is my wish to play for Pakistan and I am hoping that I will continue to improve myself so that one day I can have the honour to represent my country”

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Pakistan teenager Zeeshan Zameer said he is working hard to improve his game in order to achieve his dream of representing the national team.

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Bowl between 140-145 kph right now, 18-year-old Pakistan fast bowler says he wants to increase his speed even more

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer said he bowls between 140-145 kph right now but wants to increase his speed even more

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer: “In terms of speed, I feel that I average between 140-145 kph and I am hoping to increase that even further”

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Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer said he bowls between 140 to 145 kph right now, but wants to increase his speed even further in the future.

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Only followed one bowler all my life and that is Pat Cummins, Pakistan youngster recently included in the Under-19 team says

Zeeshan Zameer said he has only followed one bowler all his life and that is Pat Cummins

Zeeshan Zameer: “I have only followed one bowler all my life and that is Pat Cummins, and he is my role model”

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Pakistan fast bowler Zeeshan Zameer said he has “only followed one bowler all my life and that is Pat Cummins”.

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Rumman Raees and Hasan Ali helped me become a better bowler, Pakistan teen with bright future says

Pakistan pace bowler Zeeshan Zameer said Rumman Raees and Hasan Ali helped him become a better bowler

Pakistan pace bowler Zeeshan Zameer: “I was fortunate enough to have been guided by Rumman Raees and Hassan Ali who went out of their way to help me develop as a better bowler”

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Pakistan up-and-coming seamer Zeeshan Zameer revealed that fellow fast bowlers Rumman Raees and Hasan Ali helped him become a better bowler.

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Stress fracture confined me to bed for nearly 8 months, 18-year-old Pakistan rising star who left school in year 7 says

Pakistan fast bowler Zeeshan Zameer said a stress fracture confined him to bed for almost 8 months

Pakistan fast bowler Zeeshan Zameer: “I left school in year 7 after I was selected for the regional Under-16 side in 2017 and then suffered a stress fracture of the back which confined me to my bed for almost 8 months”

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Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer said a stress fracture in his back “confined me to my bed for almost 8 months”.

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Lived with 28 people in Nazimabad in Karachi, Pakistan Under-19 talent says

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer said he lived with 28 people in Nazimabad in Karachi

Pakistan seamer Zeeshan Zameer: “We lived in a combined family system whereby 28 of us resided in one house in Nazimabad in Karachi”

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Pakistan pace bowler Zeeshan Zameer revealed that he “lived in a combined family system whereby 28 of us resided in one house in Nazimabad in Karachi”.

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He is a proven coach, Ijaz Ahmed on Pakistan great who was a wizard with the ball

Ijaz Ahmed said Mushtaq Ahmed is a proven coach

Ijaz Ahmed: “I am delighted to have Mushtaq Ahmed work with us once again, he is a proven coach and has worked around the world with some of the leading spin bowlers”

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Pakistan Under-19 head coach Ijaz Ahmed said legendary spinner Mushtaq Ahmed is a “proven coach and has worked around the world with some of the leading spin bowlers”.

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