Capable of bowling faster than 140 kph, young Pakistan seamer starting to gain attention says

Pakistan seamer Shahnawaz Dhani believes he can bowl faster than 140 kph

Pakistan seamer Shahnawaz Dhani: “In terms of speed, I was measured at 139 kph in 2018 at the NCA and I do feel I can bowl faster than that”

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Pakistan fast bowler Shahnawaz Dhani believes he can bowl faster than 140 kph as his bowling speed back in 2018 was recorded to be at 139 kph.

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Improve and do it quick, Inzamam tells Pakistan player with huge hype

Inzamam-ul-Haq tells Haider Ali to improve his batting and do it quick

Inzamam-ul-Haq: “I know he is new to international cricket at the moment but he needs to quickly improve this part of his game as he plays at a very key position in the batting order”

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Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has told batsman Haider Ali to improve and do it quickly.

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Pakistan cricketer savagely shoots down the hype around Naseem Shah

Farooq Hamid savagely shoots down the hype around Naseem Shah

Farooq Hamid: “We have no genuine fast bowlers in the team and though Naseem Shah is quick, he is just an average bowler when it comes to quality”

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Former Pakistan fast bowler Farooq Hamid savagely shot down all the hype surrounding teenage pace sensation Naseem Shah, saying he is just “an average bowler when it comes to quality”.

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Shane Watson reveals why he regrets sledging Pakistan seamer Wahab Riaz

Shane Watson revealed why he regrets sledging Wahab Riaz Australia Pakistan cricket

Shane Watson: “It was very silly and naive of me [that] I didn’t realise that Wahab Riaz could bowl that fast. I said something to him – because he kept playing and missing Mitchell Starc – so I ran past him and said, ‘Have you got a hole in your bat? Because you just keep missing the ball’”

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Former Australia all-rounder Shane Watson has revealed that he regrets sledging Pakistan left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz during their famous battle in the quarter-final of the 2015 World Cup.

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Shoaib Malik reveals which Pakistan player was ‘quick and nasty’

Shoaib Malik admits Shoaib Akhtar was the toughest opponent he faced since he was quick and nasty Pakistan cricket

Shoaib Malik: “I will say Shoaib Akhtar was the toughest overall. I faced him many times in domestic cricket and he was quick and nasty”

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Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik has admitted that legendary fast bowler Shoaib Malik was the toughest opponent he ever faced since he was “quick and nasty”.

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Junaid reveals which young up and coming Pakistan bowler has ‘gradually declined’

Junaid Khan believes Mohammad Hasnain has gradually declined Pakistan cricket

Junaid Khan: “Recently we’ve had Mohammad Hasnain who was brought into the Pakistan side due to his extreme pace, but he has gradually declined”

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Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Junaid Khan believes that young seamer Mohammad Hasnain has “gradually declined”.

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Junaid reveals which young Pakistan bowler is blessed with good pace

Junaid Khan believes Naseem Shah is blessed with the ability to bowl good pace Pakistan cricket

Junaid Khan: “Naseem Shah is a wonderful bowler who is blessed with the ability to bowl with good pace”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Junaid Khan believes that teenage sensation Naseem Shah “is a wonderful bowler who is blessed with the ability to bowl with good pace”.

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‘Holy smoke! That is good pace’ – Which Pakistan player is Brett Lee praising?

Brett Lee revealed that when he saw Shoaib Akhtar, he thought holy smoke this guy has good pace Pakistan cricket

Brett Lee: “I see this guy with the beautiful black flowing hair running in with a quick arm action and I went ‘Holy smoke! That is good pace'”

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Legendary Australia fast bowler Brett Lee admitted that the first time he saw iconic Pakistan seamer Shoaib Akhtar bowling, he thought “Holy smoke! That is good pace”.

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