Pakistan have become a force to reckon in one-day cricket.
Ahsan Iftikhar Nagi
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“Every person who has played 18-20 years for Pakistan is mature enough to decide till when he has to continue.”
“You should expect good performances from my side and I am hopeful that I will deliver.”
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We were left with no option but to reciprocate IMPPA after it imposed a ban on Pakistani talent, says Nadeem Mandviwala.
PCB is yet to decide on granting central contracts to former T20 captain Shahid Afridi and off-spin wizard Saeed Ajmal.
"We took two wickets on the no-balls and there were dropped chances," the 31-year-old admitted.
“I try not to listen too much what media is saying because often it is not helpful,” says the Pakistani ODI skipper.
David Richardson lauds Pakistan’s remarkable achievement
"The love and passion for cricket in the fans makes cricketers from both countries wish to play against each other."
“I am confident that things will change and international cricket will soon return to Pakistan.”
They were careless and the events that unfolded last night scream aloud why Pakistan are so low in one-day rankings.