Why has Qasim criticised Pakistan even though they beat New Zealand and Afghanistan?

Iqbal Qasim criticises Pakistan for not finishing their matches against New Zealand and Afghanistan a lot earlier World Cup cricket

Iqbal Qasim: “By winning matches in the last overs, they didn’t get the much-needed boost in run rate”

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Former Pakistan left-arm spinner Iqbal Qasim has admitted that he was not impressed with the national team’s wins over New Zealand and Afghanistan as he felt they could have finished the games off a lot earlier.

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Why was Akmal not impressed with Pakistan’s wins over New Zealand and Afghanistan?

Kamran Akmal believes Pakistan could have beaten New Zealand and Afghanistan with more balls to spare in order to increase their net run rate World Cup cricket

Kamran Akmal: “Pakistan missed it against [New Zealand], where they could have won at least five overs before, if not eight to 10 overs”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has revealed that he was not impressed with the national team’s wins over New Zealand and Afghanistan as he felt they could have finished the games off a lot earlier.

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‘To fall 20 or 30 short is a little bit disappointing’, says James Neesham

"I think if we had got north of anywhere between 320-330 , it would would have been a really good effort"

“I think if we had got north of anywhere between 320-330 , it would would have been a really good effort”

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New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham has announced that it was “a little bit disappointing” that his side fell “20 or 30 short” of a par score at Barbados during their first innings on the first day of the third Test against the West Indies.

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We need to ensure Shillingford’s doosra and Samuels’ quicker delivery are properly policed, says Mike Hesson

"It's all very well saying it, but do they call a batsman back if he bowls a doosra?"

“It’s all very well saying it, but do they call a batsman back if he bowls a doosra?”

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New Zealand head coach Mike Hesson has announced that he wants to ensure West Indies spinner Shane Shillingford’s doosra and all-rounder Marlon Samuels’ quicker delivery are properly policed during the upcoming Test series.

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