Mushtaq Ahmed and Shahid Afridi have taught me a lot, 17-year-old Pakistan spinner starting to make a name for himself says

Pakistan spinner Faisal Akram said Mushtaq Ahmed and Shahid Afridi taught him a lot

Pakistan spinner Faisal Akram: “Mushtaq bhai is my favourite coach because he is also a leg-spinner, so I have learned a lot from him. Shahid bhai also gave me tips and confidence”

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Pakistan left-arm wrist-spinner Faisal Akram said the legendary duo of Mushtaq Ahmed and Shahid Afridi taught him a lot during the time he spent with the Multan Sultans.

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He is improving day by day, Sarfaraz Ahmed on Pakistan spinner bowling really well

Sarfaraz Ahmed said Zahid Mahmood is improving day by day and bowling really well

Sarfaraz Ahmed: “Zahid Mehmood is improving day by day and bowing really well and taking wickets for us”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman and Quetta Gladiators captain Sarfaraz Ahmed said spinner Zahid Mahmood is “improving day by day and bowing really well”.

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I know I have to work on my performance, mega talented 22-year-old Pakistan player admits he has been subpar

Pakistan spin-bowling all-rounder and Islamabad United captain Shadab Khan said he knows he has to work on his performance

Pakistan spin-bowling all-rounder and Islamabad United captain Shadab Khan: “I know I have to work on my performance for the team, I am working very hard and the results will come InshAllah”

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Pakistan spin-bowling all-rounder and Islamabad United captain Shadab Khan said “I know I have to work on my performance”.

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Started as a pace bowler, but liked bowling spin more, 34-year-old spinner on verge of Pakistan call-up says

Pakistan spinner Nauman Ali said he started as a pace bowler but liked bowling spin more

Pakistan spinner Nauman Ali: “I was born in Khipro but later on moved to Hyderabad where I started my cricket career as a left-arm pacer. Later on, I tried left-arm spin bowling and enjoyed it throughout, hence continued with it”

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Talented cricketer Nauman Ali has revealed that he started his career as a left-arm pace bowler before switching to spin because he liked it more.

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Mushtaq, Lyon and Swann, 27-year-old Pakistan spinner wreaking havoc in QeA Trophy aims to be as successful as them

Pakistan spinner Sajid Khan said he wants to bowl like and be as successful as Saqlain Mushtaq, Nathan Lyon and Graeme Swann

Pakistan spinner Sajid Khan said he wants to bowl like and be as successful as Saqlain Mushtaq, Nathan Lyon and Graeme Swann

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa spinner Sajid Khan has said that he wants to have a nice, clean and smooth bowling action like Pakistan’s Saqlain Mushtaq, Australia’s Nathan Lyon and England’s Graeme Swann.

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Delivery of the season, Kamran Akmal amazed by Pakistan bowler’s ability to spin the ball

Kamran Akmal said Zahid Mahmood bowled the delivery of the season

Kamran Akmal: “What a delivery…DELIVERY of the season Zahid Mahmood”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal is amazed by Southern Punjab spinner Zahid Mahmood’s ability to spin the ball, saying he bowled the delivery of the season in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

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Why are you not picking him, Latif blasts Pakistan selectors for ignoring in-form spinner

Rashid Latif blasts Pakistan selectors for not picking Zahid Mahmood for the Zimbabwe series

Rashid Latif: “Zahid’s performance is speaking [for] itself. The bowler has potential and performance at the same time then why you are not selecting him”

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Former wicketkeeper-batsman Rashid Latif has blasted the Pakistan selectors for ignoring in-form leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood for the upcoming limited overs series against Zimbabwe.

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‘No, no, no! I am an all-rounder’, Pakistan player with boatloads of talent says

Pakistan cricketer Imad Wasim has said that he should be seen as an all-rounder

Pakistan cricketer Imad Wasim: “No, no, no! I am an all-rounder. I’m ranked No. 3 in the world [in ODIs]. I don’t want to be considered a bowler. I just want to become a pure all-rounder”

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Imad Wasim wants people to change their perception of him being a spinner, saying “no, no, no! I am an all-rounder”.

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