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    "Every Pakistani player has dreams and hopes of playing against India" : Faheem Ashraf

    Faheem Ashraf speaking to the media in Dubai:


    "Before the Lahore training camp, we also trained hard in Abbottabad with the Army"

    "We trained in hot weather in Lahore so that it would be easier to adjust to the head of Dubai"

    "We are trying to get used to the conditions here as soon as possible so that we don't have problems in our first match"

    "My job is to work hard and perform well, its the job of the coaches etc to pick me for the playing XI"

    "Every Pakistani player has dreams and hopes of playing against India and to perform well in that match"

    "Even without Virat Kohli, India are a world-class team and no one can take them lightly"

    "As a player, I always want to take 5 wickets but it depends on my performance on that day"

    "We have been playing all our home series in the UAE so we will have an advantage"

    "But still, this is a big event so we will try our best to make use of home advantage and also give it 100% effort"


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    If there is one player I want to see succeed, Faheem is that guy - so mild mannered and a real gentleman!


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    "Before the Lahore training camp, we also trained hard in Abbottabad with the Army"

    "We trained in hot weather in Lahore so that it would be easier to adjust to the head of Dubai"
    Man,Pakistan team is surely on the rise,the commitment and passion is tremendous ,compare this to our
    stars going on a outing instead of grinding in the nets

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    Pak players and its obsession with india 🙄

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    Hoping to see some impactful performances from Faheem. Don't expect consistency yet as he is still learning about international cricket but a match winning performance with bat or ball shouldn't be too much to ask in this series. Certainly has the talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MachoKhan View Post
    Pak players and its obsession with india 🙄
    The reporters ask them about playing against India, they don’t just go up to the podium and start randomly talking about India.

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    I want Pakistan to reach a level where it stops taking irrelevant tournaments like Asia Cup seriously - pretty much like India, who are comfortable with resting the best player in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anis10 View Post
    The reporters ask them about playing against India, they don’t just go up to the podium and start randomly talking about India.
    True, but there are other ways of deflecting the question without sounding obsessed with India. However, that would require some media and PR training, something that our players desperately lack.

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    Faheem vs Pandya

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I want Pakistan to reach a level where it stops taking irrelevant tournaments like Asia Cup seriously - pretty much like India, who are comfortable with resting the best player in the world.
    You allow yourself to be defined by what India is doing right now.
    The one thing I would note is that this current lot really hasnt faced the pressure that comes with playing and losing against India. I know a lot of folks here make the right noises about how its important to be India to ready for their reciprocal spanking in australia, and how the indian fans no longer care about playing Pakistan etc etc, but they delude themselves, since it shows up in the viewership numbers when India play Pakistan.

    The internet is a poor representation of what the average Pakistani or Indian fan feels about playing against each other.
    Their media is the same as ours. Lots of potshots at 'spoiled cricketers'. This criticism will reach fever pitch if India lose to Pakistan again...on the back of a poor tour to england

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Rose View Post
    You allow yourself to be defined by what India is doing right now.
    The one thing I would note is that this current lot really hasnt faced the pressure that comes with playing and losing against India. I know a lot of folks here make the right noises about how its important to be India to ready for their reciprocal spanking in australia, and how the indian fans no longer care about playing Pakistan etc etc, but they delude themselves, since it shows up in the viewership numbers when India play Pakistan.

    The internet is a poor representation of what the average Pakistani or Indian fan feels about playing against each other.
    Their media is the same as ours. Lots of potshots at 'spoiled cricketers'. This criticism will reach fever pitch if India lose to Pakistan again...on the back of a poor tour to england
    I am referring to the mentality of BCCI/the Indian team. They are happy to rest Kohli because they don't view this tournament with the same lens as PCB/the Pakistani team does.

    Of course the average fan in India cares about this tournament and playing against Pakistan. A series like the Asia Cup is a dream for the casual fan either side of the border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I am referring to the mentality of BCCI/the Indian team. They are happy to rest Kohli because they don't view this tournament with the same lens as PCB/the Pakistani team does.

    Of course the average fan in India cares about this tournament and playing against Pakistan. A series like the Asia Cup is a dream for the casual fan either side of the border.
    The BCCI mentality is neither here or there. They want to troll the ACC but they’ve pretty much sent their first team barring Kohli.

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    Indian players wish they can also make money giving interviews. I do not see any Indian player giving interviews except captain sporadically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuskash View Post
    Indian players wish they can also make money giving interviews. I do not see any Indian player giving interviews except captain sporadically.
    Depends on board policy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Rose View Post
    Depends on board policy
    Right. I saw on youtube, lots of players gave interviews. FZ, Hassan, FA, SA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuskash View Post
    Indian players wish they can also make money giving interviews. I do not see any Indian player giving interviews except captain sporadically.
    It was a media talk, not an interview.

    It's common to have media talks after training sessions in the build up to a series or tournament.


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    I really hope Faheem has been working on his batting in the nets. I would really like to see him be utilised for his batting more in the upcoming tournament.

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    Not sure why. His dream should be to play against Australia at the MCG and do well there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    Not sure why. His dream should be to play against Australia at the MCG and do well there.
    Bro, at least let him decide his own dreams!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    It was a media talk, not an interview.

    It's common to have media talks after training sessions in the build up to a series or tournament.
    Why not other nations’ players do the same frequently, that was the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuskash View Post
    Bro, at least let him decide his own dreams!!!
    Quite a mediocre dream this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    Quite a mediocre dream this.

    He knows better about his own dreams, if he thinks that where is the optimum pleasure he gets then its his desired dream. He should not decide his dreams depending what you or I think about. Let’s respect his respect towards Indian team.

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    IND is the best LOI team right now, richest board, one of the top in Tests, and has always beaten us when it matters (world cups).

    So, any player, of any country would love to play against them. Ours even more so.

    Perfectly valid dream by Faheem.
    Last edited by Abdullah719; 14th September 2018 at 00:14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I want Pakistan to reach a level where it stops taking irrelevant tournaments like Asia Cup seriously - pretty much like India, who are comfortable with resting the best player in the world.
    It’s not an irrelevant tournament. It’s a multi-nation tournament happening only months before the World Cup. Excellent preparation for getting the team combinations right and playing under pressure situations. It’s India’s choice that they rested Kohli- who they obviously thought was much needed in helping India thrash England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Rose View Post
    You allow yourself to be defined by what India is doing right now.
    The one thing I would note is that this current lot really hasnt faced the pressure that comes with playing and losing against India. I know a lot of folks here make the right noises about how its important to be India to ready for their reciprocal spanking in australia, and how the indian fans no longer care about playing Pakistan etc etc, but they delude themselves, since it shows up in the viewership numbers when India play Pakistan.

    The internet is a poor representation of what the average Pakistani or Indian fan feels about playing against each other.
    Their media is the same as ours. Lots of potshots at 'spoiled cricketers'. This criticism will reach fever pitch if India lose to Pakistan again...on the back of a poor tour to england
    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I am referring to the mentality of BCCI/the Indian team. They are happy to rest Kohli because they don't view this tournament with the same lens as PCB/the Pakistani team does.

    Of course the average fan in India cares about this tournament and playing against Pakistan. A series like the Asia Cup is a dream for the casual fan either side of the border.
    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Rose View Post
    The BCCI mentality is neither here or there. They want to troll the ACC but they’ve pretty much sent their first team barring Kohli.
    Agree with @Pete Rose here.

    Some parosi posters here tried to give an impression (because of superiority complex maybe?) that Asia Cup is irrelevant in Ind or considered irrelevant by the players.

    That's not the case. The fact is it's a multi nation tournament and far better than bilaterals.

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    That's sweet. They know this Indian team is the best in the world and who doesn't like to play against the best. They want to see where they stand as a team and as individuals when come up against very best in the business. Good luck to him and his career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I am referring to the mentality of BCCI/the Indian team. They are happy to rest Kohli because they don't view this tournament with the same lens as PCB/the Pakistani team does.

    Of course the average fan in India cares about this tournament and playing against Pakistan. A series like the Asia Cup is a dream for the casual fan either side of the border.
    They are resting Kholi because they must, he really has played a lot of cricket recently and at the age of 30 already developing back issues. Pakistan currently have no such issues even Amir has not played for last 2 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balthazar View Post
    That's sweet. They know this Indian team is the best in the world and who doesn't like to play against the best. They want to see where they stand as a team and as individuals when come up against very best in the business. Good luck to him and his career.
    Not sure best in the World but definitely best opposition in Asia Cup and Pakistan biggest threat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I want Pakistan to reach a level where it stops taking irrelevant tournaments like Asia Cup seriously - pretty much like India, who are comfortable with resting the best player in the world.
    I want Pakistan to reach a level where they win match they play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye View Post
    Agree with @Pete Rose here.

    Some parosi posters here tried to give an impression (because of superiority complex maybe?) that Asia Cup is irrelevant in Ind or considered irrelevant by the players.

    That's not the case. The fact is it's a multi nation tournament and far better than bilaterals.
    Actually it's not. Matches with Pakistan do not generate nearly as much interest as they used to in the 90's or until 2007 even. The casual fan gets a lot of cricket because of a long IPL. But to be fair it's not just Pakistan, bilaterals with other countries also are not generating interest as they used to. Only when we meet in world cups, world T20 or maybe if you tour here will there be significant interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikhil_cric View Post
    Actually it's not. Matches with Pakistan do not generate nearly as much interest as they used to in the 90's or until 2007 even. The casual fan gets a lot of cricket because of a long IPL. But to be fair it's not just Pakistan, bilaterals with other countries also are not generating interest as they used to. Only when we meet in world cups, world T20 or maybe if you tour here will there be significant interest.
    While I agree with Asia Cup being not so important, specially since Pakistan is playing some heavy-weights in the next year or so. Pakistan v India has generated a crazy amount of hype with the Indians here in the UAE. Its surreal, trust me. All tickets for the match on 19th Sept were sold out 2.5 weeks back, with the General Admissions and International stands getting sold out before that. Your media is creating the right kind of hype. This particular match doesn't deserve the hype its getting, but hell yeah its getting some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    While I agree with Asia Cup being not so important, specially since Pakistan is playing some heavy-weights in the next year or so. Pakistan v India has generated a crazy amount of hype with the Indians here in the UAE. Its surreal, trust me. All tickets for the match on 19th Sept were sold out 2.5 weeks back, with the General Admissions and International stands getting sold out before that. Your media is creating the right kind of hype. This particular match doesn't deserve the hype its getting, but hell yeah its getting some.
    Indians abroad will obviously get hyped for matches held there since they rarely get to see their favourite cricketers play which is not the case over here. Besides i have already stated that this would have created a lot of interest if it was played in India instead like it was originally supposed to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    I want Pakistan to reach a level where it stops taking irrelevant tournaments like Asia Cup seriously - pretty much like India, who are comfortable with resting the best player in the world.
    I think Mamoon bhai has a fair point at the diminishing status of the Asia cup from the heydays of the Asian Test Championship. Having said that he is being a little disingenuous here, and possibly a little cheeky too. Why would Pakistan want to rest players when they've all been already resting for months? It's about the calendar rather than taking the tournament any more or less seriously than India.

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    Pakistan should look to win all tournaments they play in. The younger players need confidence of wins and nothing succeeds like success. Instead of looking at ways to diminish the younger players achievements, we should look to cheer them on as they add more wins to their record.


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    Hope Faheem kills it this Asia Cup. Regarding his India comment, the way I see it is that players around his age don't get to play India much due to political tensions and hence his excitement; aside from that, I agree with kukash's posts here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troodon View Post
    Faheem vs Pandya

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    The calm before the storm..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikhil_cric View Post
    Actually it's not. Matches with Pakistan do not generate nearly as much interest as they used to in the 90's or until 2007 even. The casual fan gets a lot of cricket because of a long IPL. But to be fair it's not just Pakistan, bilaterals with other countries also are not generating interest as they used to. Only when we meet in world cups, world T20 or maybe if you tour here will there be significant interest.
    I am pretty confident I will once again see empty roads and people glued to their TV sets on 19th September. You can have 300 IPL matches in a year on one side and 3 matches between Pak and India on the other side. People will remember only those 3 matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikhil_cric View Post
    Indians abroad will obviously get hyped for matches held there since they rarely get to see their favourite cricketers play which is not the case over here. Besides i have already stated that this would have created a lot of interest if it was played in India instead like it was originally supposed to.
    Nah. The average Indian will definitely be excited by the prospect of Pakistan facing India, specially after what happened at the CT. India v Pakistan matches will always generate tremendous amount of interest, which will definitely be proved by the numbers if you can pull them up for the recent encounters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaag Viru Bhaag View Post
    I am pretty confident I will once again see empty roads and people glued to their TV sets on 19th September. You can have 300 IPL matches in a year on one side and 3 matches between Pak and India on the other side. People will remember only those 3 matches.
    Empty roads?? Bro looks like you are still living in 90s. No such hype for Ind-Pak game anymore. I was in India during T20 WC game between Ind and Pak. Hardly any hype, let alone road closures. Moderization and in this internet era, people have moved on from them long long time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canford Cliffs View Post
    Empty roads?? Bro looks like you are still living in 90s. No such hype for Ind-Pak game anymore. I was in India during T20 WC game between Ind and Pak. Hardly any hype, let alone road closures. Moderization and in this internet era, people have moved on from them long long time ago.
    CC bhai I am talking about India not Uganda. I know it hurts your ego that people still care about Ind vs Pak matches but that is the truth. Deal with it.

    Also stop lying about T20 WC game. All channels, media, fans were going gaga over that match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    Nah. The average Indian will definitely be excited by the prospect of Pakistan facing India, specially after what happened at the CT. India v Pakistan matches will always generate tremendous amount of interest, which will definitely be proved by the numbers if you can pull them up for the recent encounters.
    There's not much buzz over here about Asia cup or the prospect of facing Pakistan. After England tour debacle, most of the fans have simply lost interest.
    Last edited by Balthazar; 13th September 2018 at 18:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaag Viru Bhaag View Post
    I am pretty confident I will once again see empty roads and people glued to their TV sets on 19th September. You can have 300 IPL matches in a year on one side and 3 matches between Pak and India on the other side. People will remember only those 3 matches.
    Which part of India do you live in may I ask? That would explain a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balthazar View Post
    There's not much buzz over here about Asia cup or the prospect of facing Pakistan. After England tour debacle, most of the fans have simply lost interest.
    Yet, the ratings for this match on 19th will be better than all the five tests combined

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    Nah. The average Indian will definitely be excited by the prospect of Pakistan facing India, specially after what happened at the CT. India v Pakistan matches will always generate tremendous amount of interest, which will definitely be proved by the numbers if you can pull them up for the recent encounters.
    You are judging by TV ratings. That's not a very good way to measure interest. A lot of people will time in to watch the match but it's just not the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikhil_cric View Post
    You are judging by TV ratings. That's not a very good way to measure interest. A lot of people will time in to watch the match but it's just not the same.
    Then what's the way to measure interest? You cannot expect people in the 21st century, specially this last decade, to dance on the streets, tearing their shirts apart Salman Khan style and beating their chests for a cricket match. But whenever this match is on, people get revved up and tune into watch the biggest blockbuster in the cricket world right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    Yet, the ratings for this match on 19th will be better than all the five tests combined
    Ofcourse the ratings will be better as it's a one day match. It will be the same as England ODI series, but nothing tops the IPL matches or the ICC tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balthazar View Post
    Ofcourse the ratings will be better as it's a one day match. It will be the same as England ODI series, but nothing tops the IPL matches or the ICC tournament.
    Lets discuss the ratings after the match, shall we? This thread is about Faheem Ashraf's mediocre dream.

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    I am 100% sure that ind vs pak matches will top the tv rating for indian cricket this year.
    Yes, the days of empty roads are gone, but still an avg indian will prefer ind vs pak over anything in cricket.

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    A 3 match odi series btw ind and pak any day over a whole season of ipl.
    There is no emotion involved in ipl, the players don't even play for their own state, what makes anyone so interested about it, i don't know.
    I only watch ipl when yuvi bats or when some new young talent is playing.


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