Told the PCB chairman this is wrong, Shoaib Akhtar on incident involving Pakistan legend Inzamam-ul-Haq

Shoaib Akhtar said he told the PCB chairman that this is wrong when talking about an incident involving former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq

Shoaib Akhtar: “During the 2006 Test, Inzamam led the side off the field. I told the chairman that this is wrong, this is against the spirit of the game”

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Iconic Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar recalled the incident where legendary captain and batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq led the team off the field during a Test match against England.

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Wrong of people to underestimate me, Pakistan batsman tired of being called a red-ball specialist

Pakistan opener Shan Masood said it is wrong of people to underestimate him and call him a red-ball specialist

Pakistan opener Shan Masood: “It is challenging when people underestimate you or term you as a red-ball cricketer but I know I can deliver in all three formats equally”

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Pakistan opener Shan Masood said it is frustrating when people call him a red-ball specialist as he has proven that can thrive in white-ball cricket too.

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Wrong to say he hasn’t gotten enough chances, Akhtar on Pakistan bowler capable of carving through opposition batsmen

Shoaib Akhtar said Mohammad Amir is wrong to say he hasn't gotten enough chances

Shoaib Akhtar: “This grievance of Amir that he hasn’t gotten chances is wrong that he didn’t receive chances. His performances had gone down”

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Iconic Pakistan seamer Shoaib Akhtar said it is wrong of Mohammad Amir to say that he hasn’t gotten enough chances.

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Something wrong with our system since he can’t get into the Pakistan team, Haroon Rasheed on 35-year-old who averaged 53.42 in the QeA Trophy

Haroon Rasheed said there is something wrong with Pakistan's system if Asad Shafiq can't get into the national team

Haroon Rasheed: “If a player like Asad Shafiq plays 70 Test matches and is still not able to secure his place in the national side then it is clear that something is wrong with our system”

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Former Pakistan batsman Haroon Rasheed believes there is something wrong with the country’s cricket system since a decorated batsman like Asad Shafiq can’t get back into the national team.

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