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"Move on and accept the 15 degrees limit" : Saqlain Mushtaq

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"My love for cricket has helped me overcome a lot of hurdles" : Matloob Qureshi

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"I never gave up or lost hope regarding a comeback" : Fawad Alam

Hailing from Karachi, Fawad Alam has had a ...

"Organising more 'A' tours will ultimately benefit the Pakistan team" : Babar Azam

A cousin of Pakistan cricket's Akmal brothers (Kamran ...

"Pakistan are over-relying on their spinners" : Azhar Mahmood

Born in Rawalpindi, Azhar Mahmood played 21 Tests ...

"I lost weight but my batting suffered" : Nasir Jamshed

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"Move on and accept the 15 degrees limit" : Saqlain Mushtaq

Widely regarded as the inventor of the famed "Doosra" delivery, Saqlain Mushtaq is considered as one of the greatest spin bowlers to have graced the game. He was the first off-spinner to consistently utilise the "Doosra" which formed a key part of his armoury in both Tests and one-day internationals. Also noted for his spin skills and also for his ...
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"My love for cricket has helped me overcome a lot of hurdles" : Matloob Qureshi

Born in Multan in 1987, Matloob Qureshi was just 5 years old when a horrible accident near his home resulted in him losing his right arm. Whilst many in his position in Pakistan would have struggled to lead a normal life, let alone take part in sports, Matloob's love for the game of cricket, inspired by his role model Saeed ...
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"I never gave up or lost hope regarding a comeback" : Fawad Alam

Hailing from Karachi, Fawad Alam has had a stop-start international career which currently boasts three Test matches, 29 One Day Internationals and 24 T20Is. Having dominated domestic cricket for many years with a First-Class average of 55.87 and a List A average of 48.55, Fawad has struggled to nail down a permanent spot in the Pakistan side in any format.  However, ...
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"Organising more 'A' tours will ultimately benefit the Pakistan team" : Babar Azam

A cousin of Pakistan cricket's Akmal brothers (Kamran Akmal, Adnan Akmal and Umar Akmal), Babar Azam is a budding young talent who has represented Pakistan in two Under-19 Cricket World Cups, finishing as the team's highest run scorer of the tournament on both occasions. In 2012, he captained the Pakistan Under-19s on their tour of South Africa, at the Asia ...
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"Pakistan are over-relying on their spinners" : Azhar Mahmood

Born in Rawalpindi, Azhar Mahmood played 21 Tests for Pakistan, scoring 900 runs and taking 39 wickets, as well as featuring in 143 ODIs, scoring 1521 runs and taking 123 wickets between 1996 and 2007. He began his Test career in 1997 on a high note, scoring a belligerent Test century against South Africa in Rawalpindi, later adding 2 more ...
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