If there’s someone better than me, I will retire, Pakistan batsman who can win games single-handedly says

Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez said if there is someone better than him he will retire

Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez: “Yes, if someone better is ready to replace me, I’ll happily leave and retire with no resentment”

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Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez said he will retire from international cricket if there’s someone better than him.

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Who said I’m retiring, Pakistan batsman who didn’t play in the recent domestic season says

Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt asked who said he was retiring

Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt: “Never said that I am retiring and all know why [I] didn’t play this season”

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Former Pakistan captain and batsman Salman Butt has rubbished speculation that he will be retiring from playing cricket.

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Saw glimpses of Wasim Akram in him, Abdul Razzaq on 28-year-old Pakistan player who can swing the ball a long way

Abdul Razzaq said he saw glimpses of Wasim Akram in Mohammad Amir

Abdul Razzaq: “He [Amir] is an extremely talented bowler and you could see glimpses of Wasim Akram in him”

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Iconic Pakistan all-rounder and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa head coach Abdul Razzaq said he saw glimpses of legendary left-arm seamer Wasim Akram in Mohammad Amir.

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Follow Hasan Ali’s example, Imran Nazir tells disgruntled Pakistan player with heaps of talent

Imran Nazir has told Mohammad Amir to follow Hasan Ali's example

Imran Nazir: “Pakistan has invested a lot in Amir. Amir needs to be patient and prove himself on the ground. Hasan Ali also went back into domestic [cricket], performed and made a comeback. You can’t just get disheartened and leave cricket”

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Former Pakistan batsman Imran Nazir has urged left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir to follow Hasan Ali’s example in order to make his comeback.

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Won’t retire if I don’t play against South Africa, 36-year-old Pakistan player vows

Pakistan fast bowler Tabish Khan said he won't retire if he doesn't play against South Africa

Pakistan fast bowler Tabish Khan: “I want to make it clear, I will not leave playing cricket even if I don’t get a chance here. Cricket is my biggest passion and my dream is to represent Pakistan in Tests”

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Pakistan seamer Tabish Khan has vowed that he won’t retire if he doesn’t get the chance to represent his country in the upcoming series against South Africa.

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Me, Azam and everyone else didn’t support Amir’s inclusion in the team, Misbah says

Misbah-ul-Haq said he, Babar Azam and no one else supported Mohammad Amir's inclusion in the Pakistan team

Misbah-ul-Haq: “There were six coaches who were selectors, I was chief selector and we had a captain too – it’s impossible that one person from these can go all out and take a decision about any player. What this means is that no one was supporting Amir’s inclusion on the basis of his performance”

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Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq said he, captain Babar Azam and everyone else didn’t support left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir’s inclusion in the national team.

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He couldn’t even get into the Northern team, Misbah on why Pakistan player was dropped

Misbah-ul-Haq said Mohammad Amir couldn't even get into the Northern team

Misbah-ul-Haq: “Then we saw in the National T20 (Cup) that his performance after injury wasn’t as good as before. In fact he wasn’t even able to get into the Northern side”

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Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq said left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir was dropped for the tour of New Zealand since he wasn’t in good form and couldn’t even get into the Northern team.

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