3rd Test: Pakistan v New Zealand at Sharjah, Day 1

02:00, 26 November 2014

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Anwar Ali

Anwar Ali burst into the forefront of the minds of all Pakistani fans with that now infamous spell of swing bowling in the 2006 Under-19s World Cup Final against India. His 5-35 in Colombo completely dismantled a powerful Indian batting lineup and took Pakistan to the title....

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Wahab Riaz

Wahab is a bowler who is still learning the game and steadily improving. He has the ability to bowl some pretty sharp deliveries in the mid-140kphs. ...

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Imran Farhat

Imran Farhat is a left hand opening batsman, he has experienced a stop-start career....

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Ehsan Adil

Right-arm fast-medium bowler Ehsan Adil made his international debut against South Africa in 2013. Touted as a future all-rounder, he has the ability to contribute with the bat as well as ball. ...

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Umar Amin

A naturally talented left-hander, Amin is known for his impeccable timing. ...

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Faisal Iqbal

Faisal Iqbal belongs to a long list of batsmen who have been tried in the middle order by Pakistan. Throughout his career, Faisal has shown good skills against spin bowling coupled with a fighting attitude....

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Syed Faraz Ali

Batsman Ali was selected for the U19 World Cup after impressing selectors with his technique. He made his debut for the Pakistan U19 side against Zimbabwe in October 2007....

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