Pakistan cricketer still baffled by decision to appoint Misbah head coach and chief selector

Farooq Hamid still baffled by decision to appoint Misbah-ul-Haq head coach and chief selector

Farooq Hamid: “As a cricketer Misbah is okay, but not in his dual role of chief selector and head coach. Both these key posts have their own demands and qualification, so this action of Mani is beyond comprehension”

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Former Pakistan fast bowler Farooq Hamid admitted that he is still stumped at why Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani appointed Misbah-ul-Haq as the national team’s head coach and chief selector.

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Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe 1st T20: Afghanistan sneak past Zimbabwe to go 1-0 up

Naib was named Man of the Match for his all-round performance

Naib was named Man of the Match for his all-round performance

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Following a thrilling conclusion to the ODI series, Afghanistan were involved in another nail-biter as they skirted past Zimbabwe by five runs in the first Twenty20 International in Sharjah.

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Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI: Bangladesh quartet complete 3-0 whitewash

Bangladesh celebrate after whitewashing Zimbabwe 3-0

Bangladesh celebrate after whitewashing Zimbabwe 3-0

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Bangladesh pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman claimed a five-wicket haul, while Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes and Mahmdullah scored 73, 73 and 52 respectively to lead their side to a 61-run over Zimbabwe in the third ODI in Mirpur.

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Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 3rd Test Day 5: Pakistan chase down highest score to win series

Pakistan celebrate after winning a Test series in Sri Lanka for the first Test  since 2006

Pakistan celebrate after winning a Test series in Sri Lanka for the first Test since 2006

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Pakistan chased down their highest score in Test history with some much-needed help from Younis Khan, who scored 171 not out, and captain Misbah-ul-Haq, who made an unbeaten 59, to beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in Pallekele.

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