Tanvir Ahmed makes incredibly shocking comments about Pakistan seamer Haris Rauf

Tanvir Ahmed makes shocking comments about Haris Rauf Pakistan Super League PSL Lahore Qalandars cricket

Tanvir Ahmed: “Haris Rauf, in the Big Bash, goes around like he is untouchable and unplayable. He was bowling brilliant yorkers and reverse swing. Here, the last wicket scored the runs against him”

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Former Pakistan pace bowler Tanvir Ahmed has lashed out at Lahore Qalandars seamer Haris Rauf for his performance in the team’s loss to Islamabad United.

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Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st ODI: Rain has the final say after Sri Lanka score 288

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Malinga’s early wicket went in vain as the rain had the last laugh

New Zealand were looking to add to their winning streak after beating Bangladesh in a one-off Twenty20 International just four days ago, but heavy rain ensured that neither them nor Sri Lanka walked away with a victory in the first ODI in Hambantota.

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Pakistan vs South Africa 4th ODI: De Kock and Steyn seal series for South Africa

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Steyn claimed three wickets in one over to extinguish Pakistan’s hopes of levelling the series

South Africa opening batsman Quinton de Kock smashed a spectacular maiden century and pace spearhead Dale Steyn registered his second five-wicket haul as the Proteas beat Pakistan by 28 runs in the fourth ODI in Abu Dhabi to take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series.

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Sri Lanka vs South Africa 2nd ODI: Sri Lanka go 2-0 up despite rain interruptions

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Chandimal’s ODI captaincy record now reads two wins and zero losses

After hammering South Africa by 180 runs in the first ODI, in which wicketkeeper-batsman Kumar Sangakkara recorded his career-best score of 169, Sri Lanka continued their winning ways, beating the Proteas by 17 runs, despite the rain interruptions.

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Sri Lanka vs South Africa 1st ODI: Kumar Sangakkara tortures South Africa with career-best 169

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Sangakkara single-handedly knocked out South Africa

Sri Lanka wicketkeeper-batsman Kumar Sangakkara stole the show during this match and looked to be in formidable touch as he recorded a career-best 169 runs against South Africa to hand Sri Lanka a crushing 180-run victory and a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.

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