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newscricket25 days ago

Azam Khan and Sohaib Maqsood could be tried in Pakistan’s middle-order, asserts Misbah-ul-Haq

Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has mentioned that Azam Khan and Sohaib Maqsood will be considered in the team’s middle-order in their upcoming limited-overs series against England that starts on July 8. Misbah also said that a majority of players are in good form, heading into the series.
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newscricketa month ago

If Amir takes back retirement and does well, doors are open for him, reveals Misbah-ul-Haq

Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has made it clear that the doors are still open for Mohammad Amir if he does come out of retirement and performs well. He also added that playing against top teams like England and West Indies, ahead of the T20 World Cup, will be very beneficial for the side.
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newscricket2 months ago

Our middle-order batting in white-ball cricket lacks experience, admits Misbah-ul-Haq

Pakistan’s head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has reckoned that his team’s middle-order batting in white-ball cricket lacks experience but credited the top order and bowling for excelling. Misbah also hit out at the critics, stating that it’s not their fault that the opposition isn’t fielding a strong team.
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newscricket6 months ago

PAK vs SA | Want to redeem myself in whatever cricket that is left in me, stresses Fawad Alam

Fawad Alam, who returned to Pakistan outfit after ten years, has stressed that he wants to redeem himself in whatever way possible on the field and insisted that he did not blame anyone for his absence. He also thanked Misbah-ul-Haq for supporting him after the two failures in England.
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newscricket7 months ago

NZ vs PAK | Had the opportunities to win in the series but we didn't take them, regrets Misbah-ul-Haq

Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq made no excuses after a comprehensive Test series loss in New Zealand and admitted that Pakistan didn't take chances that came their way to win the series. He also added that the team deserves every bit of criticism, given they are expected to perform better.
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newscricket7 months ago

Mohammad Wasim replaces Misbah-ul-Haq as Pakistan’s chief selector

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have confirmed that former batsman Mohammad Wasim will take over from Misbah-ul-Haq as the new chief selector of the national side, till the conclusion of the 2023 World Cup. Wasim was, incidentally, a part of the selection committee which was headed by Misbah.
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newscricket7 months ago

NZ vs PAK | Realistically considered pulling out of the New Zealand tour, reveals Misbah Ul Haq

Misbah Ul Haq has asserted that Pakistan had seriously considered pulling out of the tour against New Zealand after their Quarantine period was extended due to positive cases in the camp. The Head coach has also admitted that the extended period of lockdown took a mental toll on the players.
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newscricket8 months ago

Pakistan contingent test negative as squad gets ready to leave for Queenstown

After breaching the isolation protocol which resulted in as many as eight Pakistan squad members testing positive for Coronavirus, the others have returned a final negative test on Monday. That means the squad will now fly down to Queenstown to prepare for the T20I series on December 18.
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newscricket8 months ago

NZ vs PAK | Hafeez and Riaz picked in T20I squad; Amir and Shoaib Malik left out by selectors

In a statement issued by PCB, Mishab-ul-Haq has revealed that the selectors have dropped veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik and pacer Mohammad Amir from the squad for the upcoming New Zealand tour as they prefer youth over them. Asad Shafiq too doesn’t feature in the squad due to lack of form.
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newscricket9 months ago

Bio-bubble improved communication and bonding between the management and players, reveals Misbah-ul-Haq

Mishab-ul-Haq, who recently let go of Pakistan’s Chief selector post, has revealed that the Covid-19 induced restrictions helped the Pakistan team in strengthening their communication and bond. He added that western players are more prone to mental health issues due to the restrictions.
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