I’m done after the 2023 World Cup, Pakistan bowler who bowled at 154.5 kph says

Pakistan left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz said he's done with international cricket after the 2023 World Cup

Pakistan left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz: “My aim is to play 2023 World Cup and after that, I will say goodbye to cricket from Pakistan, I will look to play leagues all around the world”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz has revealed that he will retire from international cricket after the 2023 World Cup.

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Consider him for the World Cup, Wasim on Pakistan speedster who can help the younger bowlers

Wasim Akram said consider Mohammad Amir for the World Cup

Wasim Akram: “It gives you that added confidence when a senior bowler tells you to do something. I think that is also why Amir is so important”

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Iconic Pakistan left-arm seamer Wasim Akram said the selectors should consider picking Mohammad Amir for the upcoming World Cups.

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Harassed during the 2011 World Cup, Pakistan seamer who bowled at speeds up to 100 mph reveals

Pakistan legend Shoaib Akhtar said he was harassed during the 2011 World Cup

Pakistan legend Shoaib Akhtar: “I openly say that I was not treated well during the 2011 World Cup, not by Shahid Afridi but by the rest of the management. I am saying it openly”

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Legendary Pakistan pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar has revealed that he was harassed by the team management during the 2011 World Cup.

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I’m not too old to play the 2023 World Cup, 35-year-old Pakistan player says

Wahab Riaz said he is not too old to represent Pakistan in the 2023 World Cup

Wahab Riaz: “I want to represent Pakistan as long as I’m fit and performing well. My main objective is to play the 2023 World Cup and hopefully I can achieve that goal”

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Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz said he is not too old to represent his country in the 2023 World Cup.

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Not beating India in 2011 World Cup semi-final is my biggest regret, Pakistan pacer admits

Pakistan seamer Umar Gul admitted that the biggest regret of his career was when Pakistan didn't beat India in the 2011 World Cup semi-final

Pakistan seamer Umar Gul: “If we talk about my cricket career then the only and biggest regret is that we failed to win the semi-final of the 2011 World Cup in Mohali”

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Pakistan pace bowler Umar Gul has admitted that not beating India in the 2011 World Cup semi-final was the biggest regret of his career.

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Pakistan will have enough talent for three World Cups by next year, Misbah says

Misbah-ul-Haq said Pakistan will have enough talent for three World Cups by next year

Misbah-ul-Haq: “I can say that by early next year after the Pakistan Super League we will have a pool of players who can serve us well in the three World Cups in 2021, 22 and 23”

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Head coach Misbah-ul-Haq said that Pakistan will have enough talent for three World Cups by early next year.

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I may be getting old, but I see myself representing Pakistan in the 2023 World Cup, pacer says

Wahab Riaz said he might be getting old but he still believes he can represent Pakistan in the 2023 World Cup

Wahab Riaz: “If I am able to execute performances for Pakistan, my ultimate goal is to feature till the 2023 World Cup”

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Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz said that he may be getting old, but his “ultimate goal” is to represent his country in the 2023 World Cup in India.

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Shoaib Malik reveals how Pakistan can increase their chances of winning 2023 World Cup

Shoaib Malik reveals how Pakistan can increase their chances of winning the 2023 World Cup

Shoaib Malik: “The team management needs to plan things for World Cup 2023. A pool of 20 to 22 players should be formed in order to give experience to all those players and make them capable of competing in the world event”

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Veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik has said that in order to increase their chances of winning the 2023 World Cup in India, Pakistan must form a group of 20 or 22 players that they pick on a consistent basis.

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