3rd Test: Pakistan v New Zealand at Sharjah, Day 2

02:00, 28 November 2014

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Abdul Razzaq

Abdul Razzaq is an all rounder who debuted for Pakistan in 1996 (ODI). He was recognised for his bowling but he showed that he was more than handy with the willow...

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Mohammad Sami

Sami burst onto the international scene in New Zealand in 2001 with a fantastic burst of wickets against the Kiwis with a hostile spell of pace bowling and reverse swing....

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Rana Naved-ul-Hasan

A late starter in cricketing terms, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan made his debut for Pakistan in 2003. A hard-hitting low order batsman who bowls was his billing and he’s lived up to that tag. Now regarded as one of the best death bowlers in the game...

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Zulfiqar Babar is a left-arm spinner who featured for the Pakistani international team at the age of 34. With 10 years of domestic cricket experience behind him, Zulfiqar has become a potent part of the international spin attack in a short period of time. He debuted against West Indies in July 2013 in a T20I series and won the Man of the Series award....

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