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    Been vouching for Rohail for some time now while others have written him off. Looks fantastic today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Interesting. Where does Cricviz share this data for general public? On social media?
    Yep!

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    Gul possibly has worked with the rhythm of these pacers as they both are generating some good momentum through the crease but really needs to work with them regards to lines and lengths, keeping the ball around off and within the stumps to utilize their pace.

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    On Indian cricket fans(ifc) some Indians are saying Pakistani bowlers can bowl fast.They are blaming the speed guns for high speeds.

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    I don’t see anything “fantastic” in Rohails batting today


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    Yep!
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    Been vouching for Rohail for some time now while others have written him off. Looks fantastic today.
    He should be brought into the test team as a back up hes good enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    No, that is not the point. Stirling is not a world class batsman by any measure but Rashid is a world class spinner by most, if not all measures.

    You made a poor analogy.

    There is a reason why Stirling has never featured in IPL while Rashid is a key player.
    So anyone who has not played IPL is not any good?
    Are you saying Stirling is not good hitter with good strike rate?
    Has he not smashed world class bowlers in past, not everyone is worldclass, but they can be destructive neverthless.
    U were talking about Associate player not qorld class player.
    Last edited by PakPremi; 2nd March 2021 at 21:33.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliasad1998 View Post
    I don’t see anything “fantastic” in Rohails batting today
    Looks composed, stylish, playing according to the situation, and weathering some pretty good bowling by Zahid Mehmood who got the better of Paul Stirling with a well disguised googly.

    Rohail is doing well.

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    CricViz is good but if fails to understand the difference between data and application. Yes the data is drawn from actual events but you cannot use that data to predict future events.

    Just because a player struggles against a particular style of bowling it doesnít mean that they will necessary struggle at any given moment. Besides, the bowler with that particular will have to bowl well and execute properly to produce results.

    Teams that solely rely on such data without getting a feel of the game and using intuition at times will struggle more often than not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliasad1998 View Post
    I don’t see anything “fantastic” in Rohails batting today
    A work in progress I would say.

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    I trust my eye more than anything else. It’s rarely wrong. If ever


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artaxerxes View Post
    On Indian cricket fans(ifc) some Indians are saying Pakistani bowlers can bowl fast.They are blaming the speed guns for high speeds.
    There is an entries thread here where many Pak fans are saying IPL speed guns are flawed and give fake reading


    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect. --Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artaxerxes View Post
    On Indian cricket fans(ifc) some Indians are saying Pakistani bowlers can bowl fast.They are blaming the speed guns for high speeds.
    Yes, makes sense to alter speed guns to get the world championship of speed trophy. On the other hand, in the real world speed guns not helping Weise much though who has been bowling around 125 kph.

    Even if one doesnt look at speed, some of the deliveries so far in the tournament has been pretty quick even to the naked eye.

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    Rohail looks a sensible player and talented. Pak certainly have a good pool of talent waiting oportunities and proper development,once we get past the KIA players.

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    So far I think I am the most jacked person to be shown on camera during this PSL


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    Imam, Haider, Babar, Saud, Rohail, Nawaz, Shadab, Faheem, Hasan, Shaheen, Hasnain

    Future Pakistan team

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    Cutting

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    Samit


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    Quote Originally Posted by aliasad1998 View Post
    I trust my eye more than anything else. It’s rarely wrong. If ever
    How about after that six just now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliasad1998 View Post
    So far I think I am the most jacked person to be shown on camera during this PSL
    Pics or didn't happen


    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect. --Mark Twain


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    Neat little cricketer who has done well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indiafan View Post
    Pics or didn't happen
    Some people on this thread saw it


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    We can dominate world cricket inshaAllah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Naseem has zero talent and no intelligence. Hasnain has some talent but no intelligence.

    Both will be history in a few years.
    Do you think Hasnain has some potential in Test Cricket? He has the raw pace and height but in limited overs it seems like he cant think clearly after being hit for a boundary or two. I wonder if not having that same fear in Tests would allow him to perform better in that format.

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    Bright innings from Rohail. Looked good off the back foot.

    Pakistan has great talent mashAllah

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliasad1998 View Post
    So far I think I am the most jacked person to be shown on camera during this PSL
    To be fair in Pakistan as a man it’s not hard to stand out no matter where you go


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faran96 View Post
    Do you think Hasnain has some potential in Test Cricket? He has the raw pace and height but in limited overs it seems like he cant think clearly after being hit for a boundary or two. I wonder if not having that same fear in Tests would allow him to perform better in that format.
    He will have the same issues as Sami in Test cricket. Inability to work the batsmen out and bowl with a plan.

    He will bowl a few good overs and build pressure only to loose the plot.

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    United need 27 runs in 33 balls. RRR: 4.90

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayyman View Post
    Imam, Haider, Babar, Saud, Rohail, Nawaz, Shadab, Faheem, Hasan, Shaheen, Hasnain

    Future Pakistan team
    Not Nawaz he is overated. There are and will bw manny better spinners in Pakistan than him.
    Danish A and Zafar G need to bw givwn chances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    He will have the same issues as Sami in Test cricket. Inability to work the batsmen out and bowl with a plan.

    He will bowl a few good overs and build pressure only to loose the plot.
    No he wont musa is in sami range..i think hr will.do well but the main issue for some reason is he hasnt played first class cricket at all

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    Good innings from rohail played according to the situation and played some stylish shots

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    Very negative bowling from steyn but I guess he has no other choice the way he got tonked


    Hard to get a handle on this double edged sword

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    The game is well set for the famous finisher. Another game that he will finish! What an era we live in! I will tell my great grandchildren stories about this famous finisher one day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakPremi View Post
    Not Nawaz he is overated. There are and will bw manny better spinners in Pakistan than him.
    Danish A and Zafar G need to bw givwn chances.
    Danish/Zafar/Khushdil/Nawaz/Hasan

    Does not matter lol

    Once Imad gets old there are plenty of options to replace him. Nawaz rn is the most proven out of them at least with the bat.

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    Shadab lol

    Apni ball

    Apna bat

    Ash kar Mera dost!

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    What a scratchy innings by Shadab the guy is well out of form

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    Oh God the famous finisher is coming!!!

    *screams like Justin Bieber fan girl*

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    Oh no it’s Talat

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    Quetta were still in this at 90-2, Steyn shouldíve bowled out earlier, this IU lineup was struggling to lay a glove on him after initial burst. Then Husnain couldíve followed up. Since then, IUs runs have been scratchy in any case.

    Quetta have to get Banton in the team somewhere, whatever his form - a difference maker beyond Ayub and Delport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Oh God the famous finisher is coming!!!

    *screams like Justin Bieber fan girl*
    What if the real finisher is waiting to come


    If you Can Believe In Something, Than why not believe In Yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omer2002 View Post
    No he wont musa is in sami range..i think hr will.do well but the main issue for some reason is he hasnt played first class cricket at all
    Musa is Junaid Zia range. One of the worst bowlers Iíve seen.

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    IPL is trash why are people bringing it up

    Pathetic t20 bowlers like Cummins and Rabada are worshipped in there.

    Donít forget Sunil Narine dominating as an opener.

    I can go on and on hahahahahah

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    lol Husnain

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    Shadab Khan is our vice-captain ??

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    Not the best field placements from Sarfaraz today. When you have pacers bowling at high pace you need a fielder at deep point rather than at mid on or mid off which are not the most easy areas to target against pacers bowling such pace. There have been so many boundaries in the regions which in my opinion you should protect if bowlers a are bowling 145kph plus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Not the best field placements from Sarfaraz today. When you have pacers bowling at high pace you need a fielder at deep point rather than at mid on or mid off which are not the most easy areas to target against pacer. There have been so many boundaries in the regions which in my opinion you should protect if bowlers a are bowling 145kph plus.
    Agreed, the fielding has been poor, hasnít been great captaincy today - his personal form is good though, which is more than some of his teammates. Steyn has been much better today, heís got to have a word with Naseem/Hasnain - make the batters work for boundaries through the off side.

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    Don't want Shadab anywhere near Pakistan team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaka4pope View Post
    Agreed, the fielding has been poor, hasnít been great captaincy today - his personal form is good though, which is more than some of his teammates. Steyn has been much better today, heís got to have a word with Naseem/Hasnain - make the batters work for boundaries through the off side.
    Husnain bowled well

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    Tips from Umar Gul have helped Naseem and Hasnain to increase their pace.Gul used to bowl lethal Yorkers at pace.I hope he can pass his experience to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamaan View Post
    Husnain bowled well
    Better than Naseem but then the wides came in, both are very young to be fair, no criticism of them. Husnain has come on a lot - credit to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaka4pope View Post
    Better than Naseem but then the wides came in, both are very young to be fair, no criticism of them. Husnain has come on a lot - credit to him.
    Yes the wides came becouse he was trying to get the yorkers in and defonitely hes bowling well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamaan View Post
    Yes the wides came becouse he was trying to get the yorkers in and defonitely hes bowling well.
    No concerns that Yorker seems to be his go to delivery too often? Plenty of time to time to learn though - Ian Pont on Twitter has good analysis fyi, been following him recently.

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    A comfortable win for us. Nice that Sterling got into form.

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    A belligerent batting display from opening batsman Paul Stirling and an economical bowling spell from Faheem Ashraf guided Islamabad United to a comprehensive six-wicket win over Quetta Gladiators on Tuesday.

    Chasing 157 to win, United were provided a perfect start to the run chase by the 30-year-old as he slogged Mohammad Nawaz for a six and dispatched him over for two fours in the first over and smoked Dale Steyn for four fours in the third.

    Stirling brought up his half-century in just fifth over off 21 balls as his exploits with the bat saw United gather runs at a staggering 13 an over.

    He laid the perfect foundation for the run chase with a 76-run opening stand with Alex Hales (23 off 13) as United chased down the target with three overs spare.

    Hales was the first batsman to depart and Stirling followed him to the pavilion after scoring 56 off 33, in a knock embellished with eight fours and two sixes.

    Both openers were clean bowled by leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood – the most successful bowler for Gladiators with two for 29 in four overs.

    Rohail Nazir, playing his first match in the HBL PSL 6, showed glimpse of class, as the wicketkeeper-batsman made 34 off 28, laced with four fours and a six. He knitted a 37-run partnership for the third wicket with captain Shadab Khan (21 off 17, two fours).

    Faheem bowled impeccable lengths after Shadab opted to field after winning the toss. The all-rounder returned a magnificent three for 11 from his four overs to compound Gladiators’ worries. The Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side had a terrible start with their top four batsmen back in the hut inside the batting powerplay with 41 runs on the board.

    Right-arm fast Hasan Ali accounted for Saim Ayub (five off three) and Faf du Plessis (17 off 11, three fours), while Faheem accounted for Cameron Delport (one off three) and Azam Khan (four off nine).

    Another captain’s innings from Sarfaraz, however, rescued the sinking ship and helped Gladiators to a respectable total as he stroked his fifth HBL PSL fifty.

    Sarfaraz with Ben Cutting (23 off 17, two fours and one six) knitted a 30-run partnership for the fifth wicket and contributed 63 runs for the sixth wicket with Mohammad Nawaz (31 not out off 29, one four, one six).

    During the course of his innings, the wicketkeeper-batsman smashed four sixes - all in the 13th over of the innings off Iftikhar Ahmed. An over ago, he struck three fours off his counterpart’s leg-spin. He reached the half-century milestone in 31 balls.

    He got out to United’s star bowler of the match and eventual player of the match award winner, Faheem, after scoring 54 off 41.

    Hasan took two wickets for 23.

    Gladiators, after having played four matches in the HBL PSL 6, are winless in the tournament.

    Scores in brief

    Quetta Gladiators 156-7, 20 overs (Sarfaraz Ahmed 54, Mohammad Nawaz 31, Ben Cutting 23; Faheem Ashraf 3-11, Hasan Ali 2-23)

    Islamabad United 157-4, 17 overs (Paul Stirling 56, Rohail Nazir 34, Alex Hales 23, Shadab Khan 21; Zahid Mahmood 2-29)

    Player-of-the-match – Faheem Ashraf (Islamabad United)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Cutting

    Ingram

    Delport

    Samit


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