1st Test: Pakistan v Australia at Dubai (DSC) Day 2

02:00, 23 October 2014

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Azhar Ali started his cricketing life as a leg spinner who batted in the lower/middle order. However as his leg spin became less and less utilised at KRL, Azhar had to work even harder on his batting to retain his spot in the KRL starting eleven and gradually he was moved up the order with a decent amount of success...

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