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    50 off 46 today in the National T20 Cup. Very sluggish, could have lost them the match.

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    108 off 58 today.

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    With a list A average of 53, SR of 85 and 24 100s, one can definitely argue he was hard done and could have played more than 7 ODIs and 3 T20s. However, I think the ship has already sailed for him at 34 years of age considering quite a few options are around for the top order.

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    Guy looks like he’s going through a mid-life crisis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    108 off 58 today.
    Video of his innings



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    Like the moustache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    With a list A average of 53, SR of 85 and 24 100s, one can definitely argue he was hard done and could have played more than 7 ODIs and 3 T20s. However, I think the ship has already sailed for him at 34 years of age considering quite a few options are around for the top order.
    With misbah in charge you never know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    With a list A average of 53, SR of 85 and 24 100s, one can definitely argue he was hard done and could have played more than 7 ODIs and 3 T20s. However, I think the ship has already sailed for him at 34 years of age considering quite a few options are around for the top order.
    Khurram is hard hitter kind of batsman like Yousuf Pathan. Do you feel Pakistan could utilize him as no.6 in odi in place of Asif Ali? No disrespect but I genuinely feel Asif Ali is a hack. Very poor technique. I never understood his hype .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cric_lover4487 View Post
    Khurram is hard hitter kind of batsman like Yousuf Pathan. Do you feel Pakistan could utilize him as no.6 in odi in place of Asif Ali? No disrespect but I genuinely feel Asif Ali is a hack. Very poor technique. I never understood his hype .
    The should have been given opportunities earlier but it's to late now invest in khushdil
    Last edited by MenInG; 10th October 2020 at 12:37.

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    From PCB Report for Round 10, QeA20:

    Batting second, Sindh were 208 for three at the close of play on the back of half-centuries from Khurram Manzoor, who was unbeaten on 82, and Saud Shakeel, who scored 90 off 175 balls and hit nine fours.


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    Khurram Manzoor brings up his 100 for Sindh vs Central Punjab


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    Fantastic 122 (138) from Khurram opening the innings today for Sindh in their 13-run win over Northern:



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    Pakistani batsman Khurram Manzoor on Tuesday surpassed batting maestro Saeed Anwar’s record of most centuries in List A cricket by a Pakistani batsman.

    The 34-year-old Khurram has now registered 27 centuries in this format. He reached the landmark after smacking unbeaten 143* for Sindh against Central Punjab in the final round of the ongoing Pakistan Cup.

    After Khurram and Saeed, former captain Salman Butt is third on the list with 24 centuries while Pakistan’s current captain Babar Azam is at fourth with 22. Wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has 21 centuries and sits at the fifth spot.


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    Feel bad for the guy as he's piled on the runs in the domestic circuit, but he was never cut out for international cricket. With the technique that he had, the guy was a walking wicket.

    He also didn't do himself any favors with that physique. Never looked the part to me

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    Did get to play 16 tests, which is an ample sample to be honest.

    I used to be a fan of this guy when he used to play ODI's, but surprising to see he has not played a single ODI since 2009.

    7 innings with 3 fifties is not that bad?

    I think his team is out now, though? No semi finals?


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    Quote Originally Posted by anakwalajinn View Post
    Did get to play 16 tests, which is an ample sample to be honest.

    I used to be a fan of this guy when he used to play ODI's, but surprising to see he has not played a single ODI since 2009.

    7 innings with 3 fifties is not that bad?

    I think his team is out now, though? No semi finals?
    They are in the sami final

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    Quote Originally Posted by anakwalajinn View Post
    7 innings with 3 fifties is not that bad?
    Look at the strike-rate.

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    He should have had his chances in limited overs in the last 4-5 years, but the 2016 Asia Cup disaster ruined his career.

    He got picked out of nowhere on green tops and looked awful.

    He should be playing more in PSL. He would do a lot better than Masood.

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    The Scary thing is M Wasim rates him highly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    He should have had his chances in limited overs in the last 4-5 years, but the 2016 Asia Cup disaster ruined his career.

    He got picked out of nowhere on green tops and looked awful.

    He should be playing more in PSL. He would do a lot better than Masood.
    Being Better than Masood is not a standard.

    He is from the Shan Masood school as well, would set the domestic alight, but will either fail or go into shell to score some selfish runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyRabbit View Post
    Being Better than Masood is not a standard.

    He is from the Shan Masood school as well, would set the domestic alight, but will either fail or go into shell to score some selfish runs.
    Unless Masood he has some natural talent and can play shots. He will do well in a low standard league like PSL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gotham Cronie View Post
    Look at the strike-rate.
    True, but it still seems a bit unfair he has not played a single ODI since 2009. But I guess that's how the game goes

    Quote Originally Posted by shamaan View Post
    They are in the sami final
    Ah, thanks. I guess he needs to get a hundred in both the semi final and the final to have a realistic chance at selection.


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    While he had a good Pakistan cup but unfortunately got two of his top order batting partners run out in the semi final.

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    Khurram's shining moment of his cricketing career will be his test hundred vs SA in the UAE. Who could forget those flying kisses to Dale Steyn

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    He has played very well in the current tournament. And he has very good stats for List A. He should be in the Top 30 players being considered for the 2023 World Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gharib Aadmi View Post
    He has played very well in the current tournament. And he has very good stats for List A. He should be in the Top 30 players being considered for the 2023 World Cup.
    If we are to consider domestic peformance then he should atleast be in contention for the 30 man squad for world cup but he must perform until then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gharib Aadmi View Post
    He has played very well in the current tournament. And he has very good stats for List A. He should be in the Top 30 players being considered for the 2023 World Cup.
    85 strike-rate in List A is very well apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowflake View Post
    Feel bad for the guy as he's piled on the runs in the domestic circuit, but he was never cut out for international cricket. With the technique that he had, the guy was a walking wicket.

    He also didn't do himself any favors with that physique. Never looked the part to me
    Not vouching for Khurram’s selection but we’ve seen recently with Fawad Alam that technique means nothing if you can find a way to score runs. If technique matters so much then Asad Technique Shafique would be the first name after Babar Azam

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    People can say what they want about his technique, but considering how poor our ODI batting has been over the last 10 years, the lack of chances that he has had in spite of his stellar List A numbers is clearly an example of injustice.

    No one can argue with a straight face that an opener with an average of 54 and 27 hundreds in List A did not deserve more than 7 ODIs in an era where Pakistani ODI batting reach its lowest ebb.

    Looks like all our tears and sympathies is for Fawad Alam only. We don’t have anything left for someone who is essentially the 50 over version of Fawad Alam in domestic cricket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    People can say what they want about his technique, but considering how poor our ODI batting has been over the last 10 years, the lack of chances that he has had in spite of his stellar List A numbers is clearly an example of injustice.

    No one can argue with a straight face that an opener with an average of 54 and 27 hundreds in List A did not deserve more than 7 ODIs in an era where Pakistani ODI batting reach its lowest ebb.

    Looks like all our tears and sympathies is for Fawad Alam only. We don’t have anything left for someone who is essentially the 50 over version of Fawad Alam in domestic cricket.
    Yup, all those years we wasted investing in Ahmed Shehzad's 84 strike-rate when we could have picked Khurram Mansoor with his strike-rate of 85.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gotham Cronie View Post
    Yup, all those years we wasted investing in Ahmed Shehzad's 84 strike-rate when we could have picked Khurram Mansoor with his strike-rate of 85.
    Yes makes sense, considering the endless supply of 100+ SR openers in Pakistan with high averages.

    The success of our ODI openers over the last decade clearly shows that Manzoor did not deserve to play a single ODI in this decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    People can say what they want about his technique, but considering how poor our ODI batting has been over the last 10 years, the lack of chances that he has had in spite of his stellar List A numbers is clearly an example of injustice.

    No one can argue with a straight face that an opener with an average of 54 and 27 hundreds in List A did not deserve more than 7 ODIs in an era where Pakistani ODI batting reach its lowest ebb.

    Looks like all our tears and sympathies is for Fawad Alam only. We don’t have anything left for someone who is essentially the 50 over version of Fawad Alam in domestic cricket.
    +1 of the biggest injustice in history of Pakistan cricket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farabi View Post
    +1 of the biggest injustice in history of Pakistan cricket.
    Yep, wouldn’t mind seeing him in the t20 squad. He was the highest run getter and can hit some powerful shots. I’d wanna see him open though with Babar at 3.

    1. Khurrum Manzoor
    2. Muhammad Rizwan
    3. Babar Azam (c)
    4. Fakhar Zaman
    5. Muhammad Hafeez
    6. Azam Khan (wk)
    7. Imad Wasim
    8. Faheem Ashraf
    9. Usman Qadir
    10. Harris Rauf
    11. Shaheen Afridi

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    He's experienced, made mountains of runs at domestics and probably hasn't had a fair crack of things in international cricket. If we're picking trash like Asif Ali i see no reason why a call up for Khurram is out of the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Yes makes sense, considering the endless supply of 100+ SR openers in Pakistan with high averages.

    The success of our ODI openers over the last decade clearly shows that Manzoor did not deserve to play a single ODI in this decade.
    So he should replace your favourite Imam ul Haq as an opener in the odi team?

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    35 is the age Pakistan cricketers mature into something resembling international class so why not? Also Kamran Akmal if he is available for selection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corridor of Uncertainty View Post
    35 is the age Pakistan cricketers mature into something resembling international class so why not? Also Kamran Akmal if he is available for selection.
    I've noticed with Kamran he starts strong in the season and then slowly declines throughout the tournament. Inconsistent for me.

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    Surely he deserves a go now?

    What are we waiting for?

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    The solution for posters here always seems to be bringing back TTFs.

    Guys who haven't even performed in the PSL are somehow going turn it around for Pakistan. Give me a break lol.

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    Especially love this statement:

    "If we've tried so and so why not give so and so a chance"

    ...because its the national team? Just because new players that were tried failed doesn't mean you bring back guys who have already gotten chances for Pakistan and failed big time.

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    Khurram Manzoor 35 years old on 10th June - another one of those players who will keep on raising their hand for selection for a good few years.


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    Looks good at number 3, now need to have Ahson Ali opening with Sharjeel and select a power packed middle order and not too many consolidators.
    Last edited by b.lesner; 25th September 2021 at 14:42.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Khurram Manzoor 35 years old on 10th June - another one of those players who will keep on raising their hand for selection for a good few years.
    I really wish the lad gets one more go at international cricket.

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    I know the bowling attack wasn't the strongest but he looked really good yesturday and played some nice modern shots

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    54 (37) today:


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    scored 5 boundaries off of shaheen who is pakistan's best.

    he needs to be in the squad atleast. he is a solid batsman and experienced. in dubai, and world cup, temperament, experience will matter - this guy has it.

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    Khurram manzoor playing on 83*

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    Quote Originally Posted by b.lesner View Post
    Khurram manzoor playing on 83*
    Made 153 - whilst his colleagues were pretty pathetic in their batting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Made 153 - whilst his colleagues were pretty pathetic in their batting.
    I closely saw him the National Cup T20.

    He struggles against anything around and above 90 mph. Not cut for international cricket.

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    QeA Round 6, Day1:

    In reply, Khurram Manzoor and Ahsan took the Balochistan bowlers to the cleaners with a dashing 199-run first-wicket stand. Khurram hit 12 fours and three sixes in his 94 off 129 balls before falling to spinner Jalat Khan.

    Ahsan who has already scored a triple-century this season, posted the fifth century of his first-class career. The 27-year-old was unbeaten on 119 off 131 balls (19 fours) when stumps were drawn for the day. Ahsan will resume his innings tomorrow in company of Omair Bin Yousuf who is batting on 15, Sindh have already accumulated a 133-run first innings lead.

    Meanwhile, the blazing Khurram-Ahsan partnership has already ensured at least one batting point for Sindh.

    Balochistan vs Sindh – UBL Sports Complex, Karachi

    Balochistan 96 all out, 31.5 overs (Imran Butt 33; Abrar Ahmed 5-23, Sohail Khan 4-26)

    Sindh 229 for 1, 50 overs (Ahsan Ali 119 not out, Khurram Manzoor 94; Jalat Khan 1-49)


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