Why is Hussain highly impressed with the Pakistan fans?

Nasser Hussain praises Pakistan fans for constantly supporting the team through thick and thin World Cup cricket

Nasser Hussain: “Their supporters haven’t lost faith, through thick and thin – 12 games including the warm-up they haven’t won, but their fans have stuck with their team and cheered them on and wished them well”

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Former England captain Nasser Hussain has praised the Pakistan fans for constantly supporting their team through thick and thin.

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Shastri working on building good relationship with national selectors

"My job [as director] is to ensure that everything is in order"

“My job [as director] is to ensure that everything is in order”

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India’s director of cricket, Ravi Shastri, has announced that he is working on building a good relationship with the national selectors ahead of the India’s tour of Australia and the 2015 World Cup.

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Taliban warn Pakistan’s media organisations to stop praising Tendulkar

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“Someone should tell [the] Pakistani media and other Pakistanis that no matter how good Tendulkar is, they should not praise him, it is against Pakistani nationalism and against loyalty to the country”

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) have issued a chilling warning to the country’s media organisations to stop praising legendary India batsman Sachin Tendulkar and start supporting captain Misbah-ul-Haq.

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India vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 3: Fitting farewell for Tendulkar as India complete series whitewash

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“Sachin, Sachin will reverberate in my ears till I stop breathing”

The end of a 24-year legacy has dawned upon the cricketing world as Sachin Tendulkar received a fitting farewell in his 200th and final Test match in his hometown of Mumbai as India decimated the West Indies by an innings and 126 runs.

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Don’t worry Ishant Sharma, it happens to everyone, says James Faulkner

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“There are going to be days when you would look silly out there, and that has happened to me a lot of times”

Just a day after James Faulkner smashed 30 runs, which included four sixes, off an over from Ishant Sharma, the Australian all-rounder has tried to comfort the Indian pace bowler by telling him not to “worry” about it.

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