My contribution of 20 or 30 is not good enough, Pakistan top order power-hitter knows he must convert his starts into big scores

Pakistan batsman Mohammad Haris said his contribution of 20 or 30 is not good enough

Pakistan batsman Mohammad Haris: “I’ll add one thing here that I do score 20s and 30s, though I haven’t been able to convert those into big innings. I’ll try to convert them into big scores”

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Mohammad Haris, the Pakistan top order power-hitter, has admitted that his quickfire knocks of 20 or 30 are not good enough.

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Tailenders start coming after No. 3, former Pakistan captain calls middle order the weak link

Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said the tailenders start coming after No. 3

Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq: “The weak link in this Pakistan side is its middle order, which needs a lot of improvement. It looks as if the tailenders start coming after the number three position”

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Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq believes the middle order has been the national team’s weak link as of late.

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His batting has always helped Pakistan, Shahid Afridi on match-winner he supported from the beginning

Shahid Afridi said Sharjeel Khan's batting has always helped Pakistan

Shahid Afridi: “I have supported Sharjeel Khan from the start. Sharjeel Khan is a match-winner. His batting has always helped Pakistan”

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Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi said he has supported “match-winner” Sharjeel Khan from the beginning since his “batting has always helped Pakistan”.

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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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