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    Pakistan Under-19s defeat Sri Lanka Under-19s 3-2 in One-Day away series

    Pakistan U19 to tour Sri Lanka for two four-dayers and three 50-over matches

    • Zakir Khan: “It is a stepping-stone for future stars and the PCB is committed to investing and providing our talented teenagers as much experience and exposure as possible at this level”

    • 26 probables to feature in two trial matches at the National Stadium, squad to be announced on 15 April

    Lahore, 9 April 2019:

    Pakistan’s preparations for reclaiming the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup will kick-start next month when they will play two four-day and three 50-over matches against Sri Lanka in Galle and Hambantota, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced today.

    The ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 will be played in South Africa from 17 January to 9 February 2020, and Pakistan will aim to annex the trophy for the first time since 2006 when national captain Sarfaraz Ahmed had lifted the silverware in Colombo after defeating India in a low-scoring thriller.

    Pakistan also won the title in Bangladesh in 2004, finished second in Australia (1998 and 2010) and the United Arab Emirates (2014), while they claimed third positions in Malaysia and New Zealand in 2008 and 2018, respectively.

    The three-week Sri Lanka tour will comprise two four-day matches from 3-6 May and 9-12 May in Galle and Hambantota, respectively, while the 50-over fixtures will be played on 15, 17 and 20 May.

    In this regard, the Junior Selection Committee, headed by former Test batsman Basit Ali, has announced 26 probables (born on or after 1 September 2000) who will feature in a three-day trial match from 11-13 April and a one-day trial match on 15 May at the National Stadium, before the 15-player squad along with five reserves are announced.

    PCB Director – International, Zakir Khan, said: “Junior cricket is the supply-line for our national team. It is a stepping-stone for future stars and the PCB is committed to investing and providing our talented teenagers as much experience and exposure as possible at this level so that they are better prepared for bigger and tougher future challenges.

    “The tour to Sri Lanka is the first step in our ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 preparations as we aim to regain the title next year. It is the PCB’s responsibility to create and provide opportunities and platforms to our next generation of cricketers to express themselves and carry forward the good work of the current or previous generations.

    “While finalising junior tours, the PCB is ensuring it continues to maintain the primacy of red ball cricket and develop cricketers who are equally well prepared for the longer version of the game. While our U16 team will play two three-match matches against Bangladesh next month, we have scheduled as many four-dayers for the U19 side.”

    The past five ICC U19 Cricket World Cups have given Pakistan cricketers such as Ahmed Shehzad (2010), Babar Azam, Mohammad Nawaz, Ehsan Adil ( all 2012), Sami Aslam, Imam-ul-Haq (both 2012 & 2014), Shadab Khan (2016) and Shaheen Shah Afridi (2018).

    Apart from the upcoming Sri Lanka tour, a couple of more U19 tours in the build-up to the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 are in the pipeline and further announcements will be made in due course.

    Probables - Khayyam Khan (Abbottabad), Muzammil Khan (Bahawalpur), Basit Ali (DG Khan/Multan), Irfan Niazi, Sulman Shafqat (both Faisalabad), Abbas Afridi, Aftab Alam, Mohammad Wasim, Said Nazir (all FATA), Rohail Nazir (Islamabad), Mohammad Taha, Nadir Shah, Saim Ayub (all Karachi), Fahad Munir, Qasim Akram (both Lahore), Amir Ali (Larkana), Mohammad Asif, M. Jahangir (both Multan), Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Haris, Niaz Khan, Salman Khan Jr. (all Peshawar), Akhtar Shah, Muhammad Junaid (both Quetta), Haider Ali and Shiraz Khan (Rawalpindi)

    Tour schedule

    30 April – Departure for Colombo
    3-6 May – 1st four-day match, Galle
    9-12 May – 2nd four-day match, Hambantota
    15 May – 1st 50-over match, Hambantota
    17 May – 2nd 50-over match, Hambantota
    20 May – 3rd 50-over match, Galle


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    Good to see Saim Ayub’s name in the probables.

    Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif, Afridi and Basit Ali also there lol


    Ki Mohammad (saw) sey wafa tu ney tou hum terey hain
    Yeh jahaan cheez kya hai Loh-o-Qalam tere hain

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    Good to see Saim Ayub’s name in the probables.

    Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif, Afridi and Basit Ali also there lol
    Thats some serious talent hahaha .

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    Good to see Saim Ayub’s name in the probables.

    Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif, Afridi and Basit Ali also there lol
    Salman Khan is there too.

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    No Ahmed Khan the fast bowler???

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    Good. Zakir Khan should arrange some A tours too. We are touring Australia this winter so can they not bring the A team along ?

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    Rohail Nazir appointed Pakistan U19 captain for Sri Lanka tour

    Lahore, 16 April 2019:

    Rohail Nazir, who scored a century on his first-class debut this season, has been appointed as Pakistan U19 captain for next month’s series against Sri Lanka, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced today.

    Wicketkeeper/batsman Rohail scored 130 and four for Islamabad against Habib Bank Limited in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in September. He played three more first-class matches in his debut season and finished with 300 runs besides dismissing 13 batsmen behind the wickets.

    Rohail was Hassan Khan’s vice-captain in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 in New Zealand where Pakistan finished third after their third-fourth place play-off against Afghanistan was abandoned without a ball being bowled. Rohail finished the tournament with 140 runs and 14 dismissals, and later went on to captain Pakistan U19 in the ACC U19 Asia Cup in September/October 2018.

    Mohammad Taha, who was also part of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 squad, has been appointed as vice-captain. Taha, a left-handed top-order batsman, scored 54 runs in five matches in New Zealand and is yet to make his first-class debut.

    Faisalabad’s wrist spinner Suleman Shafqat is the other member from the World Cup squad to retain a place in the Sri Lanka touring party. He took three wickets in New Zealand.

    Apart from Rohail, the only other first-class cricketer in the 15-player squad is FATA’s fast bowler Abbas Afridi, who has played two matches and taken four wickets.

    Saim Ayub is the other notable cricketer to find a place in the side. The left-hander had previously captained Pakistan U16 on the tour to Australia in April 2018 and was also part of the side that featured in the ACC U19 Asia Cup last year in Bangladesh.

    Keeping in mind the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 in South Africa, the junior selection committee headed by Basit Ali has selected players who were born on or after 1 September 2000 so that they remain eligible for next year’s global event to be played from 17 January to 9 February 2020.

    Pakistan U19 will play two four-day matches against Sri Lanka U19 in Galle (3-6 May) and Hambantota (9-12 May), before taking on Sri Lanka U19 in three 50-over matches in Hambantota (15 and 17 May) and Galle (20 May).

    Squad (in alphabetical order):

    Rohail Nazir (captain, wicketekeeper) (Islamabad)
    Mohammad Taha (vice-captain) (Karachi)
    Abbas Afridi (FATA)
    Akhtar Shah (Quetta)
    Basit Ali (Multan)
    Haider Ali (Rawalpindi)
    Khayyam Khan (wicketkeeper) (Abbottabad)
    Mohammad Haris (Peshawar)
    Mohammad Junaid (Quetta)
    Mohammad Wasim (FATA)
    Niaz Khan (Peshawar)
    Saim Ayub (Karachi)
    Shiraz Khan (Rawalpindi)
    Suleman Shafqat (Faisalabad)
    Qasim Akram (Lahore)

    Reserves:

    Amir Ali (Larkana)
    Irfan Niazi (Faisalabad)
    Mohammad Amir (Peshawar)
    Nadir Shah (Karachi)
    Said Nazir (FATA)

    Team management:

    Azam Khan (coach-cum-manager), Mohtashim Rasheed (assistant coach), Faheem Shah (physiotherapist), Saboor Ahmed (trainer), Usman Hashmi (analyst)

    Tour schedule:

    30 April – Departure for Colombo
    3-6 May – 1st four-day match, Galle
    9-12 May – 2nd four-day match, Hambantota
    15 May – 1st 50-over match, Hambantota
    17 May – 2nd 50-over match, Hambantota
    20 May – 3rd 50-over match, Galle


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    Reports in media stating that

    Due to ongoing situation in Srilanka, Pakistan U-19 Cricket Team's tour is likely to be postponed. Sri Lankan Board seeks time from PCB. An internal meeting will be held in PCB after Sri Lanka present it's stance.


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    horrible tragedy in SL but also feel bad for our U19 boys - PCB need to find another tour asap


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    Pakistan U19 tour to Sri Lanka postponed

    Lahore, 27 April 2019:

    The Pakistan Cricket Board today confirmed Sri Lanka Cricket has postponed the upcoming U19 cricket series and, as such, the training camp, which was in progress in Karachi, has ended.

    The Pakistan U19 side was scheduled to travel to Colombo for two four-day and three one-day matches on Tuesday, 30 April.

    PCB Director – International, Zakir Khan, said: “We have received confirmation from Sri Lanka Cricket, who have expressed their inability to host the Pakistan U19 cricket team as per the original schedule due to earlier this week’s tragic events.

    “The two boards are now working on alternate options, including the possibility of a series prior to the Pakistan U19’s tour of South Africa in June. As soon as these details are confirmed, the PCB will make a formal announcement.”

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    England will continue to monitor the security situation in Sri Lanka amid fears next year's Test tour will have to be cancelled and one of the most popular destinations in world cricket will join Pakistan in international isolation.

    Two Tests are due to be played in Colombo, scene of the devastating Easter Sunday terrorist attacks, and Galle next March, with England scheduled to visit Sri Lanka for the second time in 18 months under the new Test World Championships future tours plan.

    Already it is looking highly unlikely England will be able to travel, with the Foreign Office last week advising British citizens not to visit Sri Lanka unless absolutely necessary in the wake of the attacks on churches and hotels that cricketers know very well.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/cr...r-attacks.html


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    Great, I agree there should never be a compromise with security, which always comes first but there is no reason countries cannot provide security to visiting teams.

    In current era, proving fool proof security to players should be the first priority and not to isolate the country and punish cricket and its followers.

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    Pakistan U19 tour of Sri Lanka rescheduled

    • Five 50-over matches to be played in Hambantota from 26 May to 5 June

    • Decision made after reviewing security plans and following approvals from the relevant authorities

    • Zakir Khan says decision to tour Sri Lanka is not only to show solidarity with our long stand partner but to also practice what we preach

    Lahore, 18 May 2019:

    The Pakistan Cricket Board today announced a revised schedule of Pakistan U19 cricket team’s tour to Sri Lanka, which will now comprise five 50-over matches against Sri Lanka U19 in Hambantota from 26 May to 5 June.

    The tour was originally planned from 6 to 20 May, comprising two four-day matches and three 50-over matches. However, the series was postponed on 27 April by Sri Lanka Cricket following 21 April terror events in Colombo.

    PCB Director – International Cricket, Zakir Khan, said: “I am pleased to confirm the Pakistan U19 cricket team’s tour to Sri Lanka is now back on track following 21 April tragic events.

    “Pakistan have themselves been a victim of terrorism. In the past decade, we have suffered massively, both financially and in terms of growing and developing cricket in our country, following international teams’ refusals to visit Pakistan.

    “When the offer for a revised schedule came on the table, the PCB management team unanimously agreed they will not allow any cricket playing country to go through the same difficulties and challenges as Pakistan. In such difficult times, the cricket family needs to stand together and support their member.

    “The decision to visit Sri Lanka is not only to show solidarity with them but to also practice what we preach.

    “In reaching the decision, we have reviewed and are satisfied with the security plans Sri Lanka Cricket have to put place for the Pakistan U19 cricket team. We have complete faith and confidence that our team will be well looked after in Sri Lanka.

    “In making the final decision, the PCB also took consent of the relevant authorities who backed our view to support Sri Lanka in these difficult times.”

    The Pakistan U19 squad has already been announced and the players have now been invited to attend a training camp at the National Cricket Academy from 19 May.

    Immediately after the Sri Lanka tour, Pakistan U19 will travel to South Africa where they will play seven 50-over matches from 19 June to 7 July.

    The U19 tours are being organise to help the side be best prepared for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020, which will be staged in South Africa from 17 January to 9 February 2020.

    Thursday, 23 May – Departure for Colombo
    Sunday, 26 May – 1st 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Tuesday, 28 May – 2nd 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Friday, 31 May – 3rd 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Sunday, 2 June – 4th 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Wednesday, 5 June – 5th 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Thursday, , 6 June – Departure for Karachi

    Squad (in alphabetical order): Rohail Nazir (captain, wicketekeeper) (Islamabad); Mohammad Taha (vice-captain) (Karachi); Abbas Afridi (FATA); Akhtar Shah (Quetta); Basit Ali (Multan); Haider Ali (Rawalpindi); Khayyam Khan (wicketkeeper) (Abbottabad); Mohammad Haris (Peshawar); Mohammad Junaid (Quetta); Mohammad Wasim (FATA); Niaz Khan (Peshawar); Saim Ayub (Karachi); Shiraz Khan (Rawalpindi); Suleman Shafqat (Faisalabad) and Qasim Akram (Lahore)

    Reserves: Amir Ali (Larkana), Irfan Niazi (Faisalabad), Mohammad Amir (Peshawar), Nadir Shah (Karachi) and Said Nazir (FATA)

    Team management:

    Azam Khan (coach-cum-manager), Mohtashim Rasheed (assistant coach), Faheem Shah (physiotherapist), Saboor Ahmed (trainer), Usman Hashmi (analyst)


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    Director Academies, Mudassar Nazar talking to Sri Lanka bound Pakistan U19 team members at the NCA, Lahore.







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    Pakistan U19 off to Sri Lanka as part of ICC U19 World Cup 2020 preparations

    • Rohail Nazir, Muhammad Taha and Saim Ayub consider the series as an important one ahead of future assignments

    Lahore, 23 May 2019:

    Pakistan U19 team captained by Rohail Nazir, left for Colombo, Sri Lanka, early Thursday morning for a series of five 50-over matches to be played from 26 May to 5 June in Hambantota.

    The series is part of the side’s preparation for next year’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020, which will be staged in South Africa from 17 January to 9 February 2020.

    The 15-player side includes a number of exciting players who made a big impression in the Inter-Region U19 One-day tournament held in August 2018, while prior to their departure, they underwent a rigorous four-day training camp at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.

    Captain and wicketkeeper Rohail Nazir, one of the star performers in the Inter-Region U19 One-day tournament with 238 runs in seven matches, said: “Such tours provide great exposure and opportunity for players to play and perform in different conditions, which help them prepare for the big tournaments like ICC U19 Cricket World Cup.

    “I would like to appreciate the efforts made by Pakistan Cricket Board to reschedule the Sri Lanka tour, which would greatly help us in future.”

    Middle-order batsman Mohammad Taha said, “We have prepared well for Sri Lanka tour and we are hopeful for positive results.”

    Saim Ayub, the left-handed batsman, said: “There has been a lot of good work done by our coaching staff in all departments of the game and we are confident of winning the series against our counterparts. There are some fresh faces in the team that would make their debut on the tour and it would be great learning experience for them.’’

    The tour was originally planned from 6 to 20 May, comprising two four-day matches and three 50-over matches, but has been rescheduled following terror attacks in Colombo.

    Immediately after the Sri Lanka tour, Pakistan U19 will travel to South Africa where they will play seven 50-over matches from 19 June to 7 July.

    Squad: Rohail Nazir (captain, wicket-keeper) (Islamabad); Mohammad Taha (vice-captain) (Karachi); Abbas Afridi (FATA); Akhtar Shah (Quetta); Basit Ali (Multan); Haider Ali (Rawalpindi); Khayyam Khan (wicketkeeper) (Abbottabad); Mohammad Haris (Peshawar); Mohammad Junaid (Quetta); Mohammad Wasim (FATA); Niaz Khan (Peshawar); Saim Ayub (Karachi); Shiraz Khan (Rawalpindi); Suleman Shafqat (Faisalabad) and Qasim Akram (Lahore)

    Team management:

    Azam Khan (coach-cum-manager), Mohtashim Rasheed (assistant coach), Faheem Shah (physiotherapist), Saboor Ahmed (trainer), Usman Hashmi (analyst)

    Tour schedule:

    Sunday, 26 May – 1st 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Tuesday, 28 May – 2nd 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Friday, 31 May – 3rd 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Sunday, 2 June – 4th 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Wednesday, 5 June – 5th 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Thursday, 6 June – Departure


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    Standing (first row, left to right): Basit Ali, Mohammad Wasim, Shiraz Khan, Abbas Afridi, Suleman Shafqat, Akhtar Shah, Niaz Khan, Haider Ali, Mohammad Haris

    Standing (second row, left to right): Saboor Ahmed (trainer), Faheem Shah (physiotherapist), Qasim Akram, Usman Hashmi (analyst)


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    If Usama Baluch is u19 as he claims- surely he needs to be in this team

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    Pakistan U19 to take on Sri Lanka U19 in 1st 50-over match on Sunday

    • “This is going to be an exciting and tough series, which will help players from either side to prepare for next year’s ICC U19 World Cup in South Africa,” says Rohail Nazir

    Lahore, 25 May 2019:

    Pakistan U19 will open their tour of Sri Lanka on Sunday with the opening match of the five-match 50-over cricket series in Hambantota.

    On Friday in Colombo, the two captains – Sri Lanka’s Nipun Dananjaya and Rohail Nazir of Pakistan - attended the trophy unveiling ceremony with Rohail hoping to play a competitive series. Rohail said he was contented with the team’s preparations and believed side was capable of winning the series against their counterparts.

    “The series against Sri Lanka is going to be an exciting and tough series, which will help players from either side to prepare for next year’s ICC U19 World Cup in South Africa.

    “Our coaches have prepared us keeping in mind the spinning tracks in Sri Lanka, so I feel that the conditions won’t be a problem for us,” Rohail said.

    He added: “We have a great bunch of players in this team that is capable of winning matches on their own. Sri Lanka is a tough opponent to beat especially at home, so we are ready for the challenge.

    Wicketkeeper batsman Rohail was one of the star performers in the Inter-Region U19 One-day tournament held in August last year (238 runs in seven matches).

    Saim Ayub, a left handed top-order batsman from Karachi, is another performer from the Inter-Region U19 tournament where he scored 325 runs in seven matches at an average of 65 including two centuries and a half-century.

    Sri Lanka have named left-handed batsman Nipun Dananjaya as their captain while Kamil Mishara also a left-handed batsman is his deputy for the first three 50-over cricket matches. In the remaining two 50-over matches, the two will swap roles.

    Squads (to be selected from):

    Pakistan- Rohail Nazir (captain, wicket-keeper) (Islamabad); Mohammad Taha (vice-captain) (Karachi); Abbas Afridi (FATA); Akhtar Shah (Quetta); Basit Ali (Multan); Haider Ali (Rawalpindi); Khayyam Khan (wicketkeeper) (Abbottabad); Mohammad Haris (Peshawar); Mohammad Junaid (Quetta); Mohammad Wasim (FATA); Niaz Khan (Peshawar); Saim Ayub (Karachi); Shiraz Khan (Rawalpindi); Suleman Shafqat (Faisalabad) and Qasim Akram (Lahore)

    Sri Lanka - Nipun Dananjaya – captain, Kamil Mishara – vice captain, Ashen Daniel, Avishka Tharindu, Chamidu Wijesinghe, Dilshan Madushanka, Dilum S. Tillakaratne, Mohomed Shamaz, Naveen Fernando, Navod Paranavitana, Pawan Ratnayake, Raveen De Silva, Ravindu Rashantha, Rohan Sanjaya, Sandun Mendis and Sonal Dinusha

    Tour schedule:

    Sunday, 26 May – 1st 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Tuesday, 28 May – 2nd 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Friday, 31 May – 3rd 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Sunday, 2 June – 4th 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota
    Wednesday, 5 June – 5th 50-over match v Sri Lanka U19, Hambantota


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    Sri Lanka U19 won the toss and elected to bat first

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    Where is Nasim Shah? Why he is not selected?

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    SL 91/0 after 24 hours.

    Good quality on YouTube. Amazing coverage.


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    Seems like getting early wickets is a challenge at all levels for Pakistan lol


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    Some real tuk tuk from SL openers


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    Rubbish fielding, two easy catches dropped.


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    Why aren't Nasim Shah and Usama Baloch part of this squad?

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    Where is that chinaman Faisal Akram guy?

    Who selects these sqauds for U19 teams? Hope it ain't Inzy


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    Quote Originally Posted by UN talkz View Post
    Where is that chinaman Faisal Akram guy?

    Who selects these sqauds for U19 teams? Hope it ain't Inzy
    Basit Ali maybe?


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    138/2, both openers gone


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    thundlers bowling

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRsohail View Post
    thundlers bowling
    Seems like decent pace from Shah


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    SL losing their captain, 175/3 now


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    @Abdullah719,

    Will you please add in the heading that the match is live on YouTube, if it's in line with your policy. Need som more contributions from posters who know about u19 team of Pak.


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    Roahil Nazir almost messing up an easy run Out, luckily for him the ball just hit the stump and the bails came off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    Roahil Nazir almost messing up an easy run Out, luckily for him the ball just hit the stump and the bails came off.
    Poor game awareness. Runner was half way down the wicket.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    @Abdullah719,

    Will you please add in the heading that the match is live on YouTube, if it's in line with your policy. Need som more contributions from posters who know about u19 team of Pak.
    I have already uploaded a youtube link there for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    I have already uploaded a youtube link there for us.
    I meant in the Thread heading so peaople can see it's being telecasted somewhere.

    And thanks for posting the link bro


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    WoW! What a yorker Mohammad Wasim!


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    Good yorker.

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    Wasim finding reverse swing here, lovely to watch, must be Close to 140 kph?


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    3 wickets in that over


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    SL from 122/0 to 234/9 after 50 overs.

    Pakistan need 235 to win.


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    This suleman shafqat is such a terrible bowler yet he is selected in every u 19 squad

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    Both pakistani openers look solid


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    Lovely pull by Saim


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    Wow these young openers are timing the ball beautifully just need to find the gaps but Haider and Saim look good prospects

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    SL have already saved 10-12 runs in the field


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    What a cover drive by Saim


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    Need to start rotating the strike.

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    Saim ayub looks so organised. plays the ball late and right under his eyes

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    He moves across too early and is a LBW candidate, needs to work on that, otherwise he looks very sound


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    This is just so lovely to wactch, two pakistani openers looking so solid, unless the bowling is really crap


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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    He moves across too early and is a LBW candidate, needs to work on that, otherwise he looks very sound
    Ya right

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    Pakistani openers in a hurry to chase down this total.Either they will chase this in 50 overs else a collapse is on the cards.

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    50 up for Pakistan in 8.3 overs. Good going.


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    They both look decent.

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    The SL off spinner looks really good- Carbon copy of Nathan Lyon

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    Spinners have slowed Down the RR.


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    Pakistan u19s: 74/0 after 16 overs


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    Good 50 from Haidar Ali, well done Young lad


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    Quote Originally Posted by UN talkz View Post
    Where is that chinaman Faisal Akram guy?

    Who selects these sqauds for U19 teams? Hope it ain't Inzy
    Faisal Akram is part of u16 squad.

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    These guys looked like they have been coached.

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    Saim Ayub gone, rubbish shot lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    These guys looked like they have been coached.

    Skipper has just run Out a set batsman.

    Both openers back in the hut in no time. Good old Pakistan


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    Pakistan 85/2.

    Rohail Nazir just ran out Haidar Ali, he needs to take the responsibility now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    Saim Ayub gone, rubbish shot lol
    With the ball turning that much, needed to have played the slog sweep or just normal sweep to keep the scoreboard ticking

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    Faisal Akram is part of u16 squad.
    Did he play in recent u-16 tour of bd?


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    50 runs partnership here, good comeback from Pakistan


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    The captain Rohai Nazir is a good batsman, but a very poor runner. Coaches need to talk to him otherwise he will cost Pakistan many wicktets.


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    Was about to write that I have full faith in our boys to mess this up and a wicket fell. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    The captain Rohai Nazir is a good batsman, but a very poor runner. Coaches need to talk to him otherwise he will cost Pakistan many wicktets.
    And.. he's run out.


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    pathetic as the seniors ..i dnt know what our coaches do seriously..such a simple chase and they have messed up

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    Mr captain single handedly allowed Srilanka in the match. poor runner.

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    lolz carbon copy of seniors.

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    Apart from Haider, Rohail and Taha all the players are rubbish and no future. Haider, Rohail and Taha need to work very hard to improve their strike rate and power hitting ability. Who is the selector by the way does anyone know? Not a single power hitter in the team. S Ayuib is poor version of Sami Aslam and doesn't have any power at all.


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