He needs to bowl long spells in four-day cricket, Mushtaq on Pakistan player who needs to find his rhythm

Mushtaq Ahmed said Shadab Khan needs to bowl long spells in four-day cricket

Mushtaq Ahmed: “The only way he will get his rhythm back is by bowling long spells in four-day cricket”

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Iconic Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed said Shadab Khan needs to bowl long spells in four-day cricket if he wants to regain his rhythm.

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Going to return with great rhythm and form, 31-year-old Pakistan bowler who has been ignored for the last couple of series vows

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Abbas said he is going to return with great rhythm and form

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Abbas: “My goal in the next matches is to maintain my performance and make [a] comeback in the national side with rhythm and form under my belt”

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Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Abbas has vowed to return to the national team with great rhythm and form.

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Pakistan star Babar Azam worried he won’t be as dominant when cricket resumes?

Babar Azam worried he might be rusty when cricket resumes but promised to try and get back to his best Pakistan cricket

Babar Azam: “It might take some time to regain the rhythm, but the base is there, and inshallah (God willing) I will be the same Babar Azam you saw a few weeks ago”

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Pakistan batsman and T20 captain Babar Azam has admitted that he may be a bit “rusty” when cricket resumes after the coronavirus pandemic passes.

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Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali: ‘I am performing now and should be able to get in my rhythm’

Hasan Ali getting back into rhythm Peshawar Zalmi Pakistan Super League PSL cricket

Hasan Ali: “I am doing well in fitness tests which are held every two months. I just need to get my rhythm back and it’s there to an extent”

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Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali is confident of getting back to his best with the ball after spending a long time on the sidelines with injuries.

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Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis makes shocking comments about why Abbas was dropped

Waqar Younis explains why Mohammad Abbas was dropped for the first Test against Australia

Waqar Younis: “Mohammad Abbas has been a match-winner for us over the last 18 months, and has been bowling well but unfortunately he is currently not in his best rhythm”

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Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis has revealed that pace bowler Mohammad Abbas was dropped for the first Test against Australia since “he is currently not in his best rhythm”.

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