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    A bowler of the pathetic calibre of Mahmadullah to get two wkts in the 20th over tells you everything u need to know about what Sarfraz does to a team.

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    Good to get the win, but that was very very kind of Mahmudullah to not kick up a fuss over Nawaz walking away from a perfectly legal delivery that he was standing ready for.

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    Mahmadullah you beauty! You are the biggest hero tonight!


    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 angrypathan View Post
    That is absurd from Nawaz. He was out.
    Mahmudullah bowled from behind the umpire

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    Quote Originally Posted by AAli98 View Post
    A bowler of the pathetic calibre of Mahmadullah to get two wkts in the 20th over tells you everything u need to know about what Sarfraz does to a team.
    3 wickets lol, and realistically should have been 4

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    LOL. Drama.

    Pakistan win. They take the series 3-0.


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    Congrats to both teams on a very exciting finish. Great Courage by Mahmudullah in that last over. Congrats to Pakistan on a clean sweep.

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    Karachi media will say sarfraz is being victimized

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    Mahmadullah showing sportsmanship

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    Poor Safaraz, almost single handedly lost the game for Pakistan.

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    Lol Sarfraz the shameless has supporter and they think rizwan should sit out for this rubbish.

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    Pakistan are not a clinical side, and this is why we are always walking on thin edge even though it seems we have everything under control

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagestani_Eagle View Post
    Mahmudullah bowled from behind the umpire
    Heís allowed to. You canít just pull out of playing a delivery because you donít like the way itís bowled
    Last edited by angrypathan; 22nd November 2021 at 16:04.

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    Nawaz should have been given out. BD handled that like gentlemen but Nawaz shouldering arms like that was ridiculous.

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    Pakistan won the whole series and their commentator still talking about what Bangladesh has achieved, how there player played and how they like the captain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrypathan View Post
    Heís allowed to.
    Batsman is also allowed to move out

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    LOL at those who want that loser Sarfraz instead of Rizwan.
    I don't understand why would they pick that pathetic player in the squad.
    He is really awful.one of the worst player ever.

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    Sarfaraz robbed Haider off a fifty!

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    Hopefully this will be end of that loser Sarfraz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rana View Post
    Pakistan are not a clinical side, and this is why we are always walking on thin edge even though it seems we have everything under control
    We whitewashed them whereas teams like NZ, Aus struggled. We don't need to forget that we were teesting out bench strength. Sarfi, Ifti, Usman, Dhani. It was their first match.

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    Looks like it was a humdinger in the end, Pak keeping its cool in the end.

    Good fight from Bangladesh

    People have been too harsh on them in the series. I think they'll compete better in the Test series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagestani_Eagle View Post
    Batsman is also allowed to move out
    No he isnít? The bowler bowled a legal delivery. The batsmanís job is to play it if heís ready for the delivery, which from Nawazís stance it is entirely obvious that he was. You canít just pull out of a delivery because you donít like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by AAli98 View Post
    A bowler of the pathetic calibre of Mahmadullah to get two wkts in the 20th over tells you everything u need to know about what Sarfraz does to a team.
    Not sure if you were following it, but sarfaraz gave every opportunity to Haider to get his 50 Haider just couldn't finish it
    Last edited by Last Monetarist; 22nd November 2021 at 16:22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by street cricketer View Post
    Looks like it was a humdinger in the end, Pak keeping its cool in the end.

    Good fight from Bangladesh

    People have been too harsh on them in the series. I think they'll compete better in the Test series
    On the types of wickets they produce, even a club third eleven team would be competitive against the great Aussie team of the 90's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ummii View Post
    We whitewashed them whereas teams like NZ, Aus struggled. We don't need to forget that we were teesting out bench strength. Sarfi, Ifti, Usman, Dhani. It was their first match.
    Testing your bench strength doesn’t mean Babar and Rizwan open every game and the lower order face only 60% of the deliveries

    Would India open with Rohit and KL on such a tour for all 3 games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrypathan View Post
    No he isnít? The bowler bowled a legal delivery. The batsmanís job is to play it if heís ready for the delivery, which from Nawazís stance it is entirely obvious that he was. You canít just pull out of a delivery because you donít like it
    See it real time again. You will see Nawaz was looking down and as soon as he saw the bowler, the ball was already on his way.

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    Exciting match . Pak should have finished the match much earlier . Itís tuff to keep the match till last moment in Bangladesh

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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    Not sure if you were following it, but sarfaraz gave every opportunity to Haider to get his 50 Haider just couldn't finish it
    urrm no mate.
    6 runs from 12 deliveries is not turning around the strike, especially not in a T20 game!
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    Sarfraj seemed very dejected.he is great player . Needs to be motivated and given chance

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    A lesson for people who support loser Sarfraz. Nearly lost us the game and cost Haider his 50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMMY69 View Post
    urrm no mate.
    6 runs from 12 deliveries is not turning around the strike, especially not in a T20 game!
    Mate I think you should look at the game and situation rather than just numbers

    Sarfaraz kept giving strike to Haider to complete his 50 Haider just couldn't do it

    Cricket isn't basic as you think it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakEngFan View Post
    A lesson for people who support loser Sarfraz. Nearly lost us the game and cost Haider his 50.
    Haider failed sarfaraz give him strike as much as he could Haider couldn't finish it

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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    Mate I think you should look at the game and situation rather than just numbers

    Sarfaraz kept giving strike to Haider to complete his 50 Haider just couldn't do it

    Cricket isn't basic as you think it is
    A piece of advise. Please don't try and defend the indefensible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    Haider failed sarfaraz give him strike as much as he could Haider couldn't finish it
    6 off 12 balls. Yeah he gave the opposition a chance which they nearly took. Pathetic innings from a pathetic batsmen

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMMY69 View Post
    A piece of advise. Please don't try and defend the indefensible.
    Piece of advice for you too support the Pakistan team instead of inviduals just because your favourite failed to get his 50 you can't blame someone who gave him strike as much as he could

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakEngFan View Post
    6 off 12 balls. Yeah he gave the opposition a chance which they nearly took. Pathetic innings from a pathetic batsmen
    Yes because he took single to get Haider on strike as much as he could watch the game

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    Nail biting finish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marathonrunner View Post
    Sarfraj seemed very dejected.he is great player . Needs to be motivated and given chance
    He's average at best. Not sure why he is in the T20 squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    Piece of advice for you too support the Pakistan team instead of inviduals just because your favourite failed to get his 50 you can't blame someone who gave him strike as much as he could
    I have no favourites.
    I just want the best players selected for the team and I see trolls supporting Safaraz over Rizwan which literally makes no cricketing sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    Piece of advice for you too support the Pakistan team instead of inviduals just because your favourite failed to get his 50 you can't blame someone who gave him strike as much as he could
    What ??? Oh man..

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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    Yes because he took single to get Haider on strike as much as he could watch the game
    You need to watch the game how on earth are you justifying 6 off 12. He put more pressure of him with this pathetic show of his.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMMY69 View Post
    I have no favourites.
    I just want the best players selected for the team and I see trolls supporting Safaraz over Rizwan which literally makes no cricketing sense
    No Pakistani fan will want srfaraz over rizwan unless they have have an IQ….

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    Sarfraz nearly lost us the match.He scored six runs in 12 balls.Did not hit a single boundary.I know the BD wickets are not easy to bat on but he should still have scored at least run a ball.He should not play for Pakistan again.He is a liability.Selectors weíre justified to pick Ruzwan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakEngFan View Post
    No Pakistani fan will want srfaraz over rizwan unless they have have an IQ….

    No one is comparing Rizwan with sarfaraz
    Or saying sarfaraz should be a permanent member in the team it's people like you and @IMMY69 who are comparing because you support inviduals over the Pakistan national cricket team

    Talking about todays game watch again

    Haider is the settled batsmen only 15 odd away from 50 when sarfaraz walked in

    Sarfaraz playing singles to give Haider strike

    Haider unable to finish

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    That last ball was smart on part of Mahmudulla and Nawaz,

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    Babar Azam: The way every individual has performed, credit to the group. There is always scope for improvement. Our fielding has improved a lot. Middle order has also taken responsibility to win matches. Want to take this confidence into the Tests. Thanks to the fans, we enjoyed these three matches.

    Rizwan, Player of the Series: Can't explain the joy you feel when the team wins and when your performances contribute to wins. Our main focus is to assess the conditions and focus accordingly. Want to credit Majeed (Pakistan's fielding coach), the way he's worked on my keeping for the last year. Want to thank the fans. It feels like we're playing in Pakistan.

    Haider Ali, Player of the Match: Pitch was difficult but started with Rizwan and he supported me. Gameplan was to target specific bowlers based on what the equation was.

    Mahmudullah: It's hard to say. Batters from both teams struggled a bit. Need to spend some time at the crease to capitalise. I really appreciate the way Taskin came back after having the injury on his bowling hand. Great character shown.

    Saqlain Mushtaq | Pakistan coach - The game was quite close, but our boys held their nerve. Credit to Bangladesh, especially the way Mahumudullah bowled the last over and controlled the situation. The conditions were strange compared to UAE, it wasn't easy, but the bowlers executed their plans nicely. They are playing the game seriously, ticking all the boxes, enjoying each other's company and showing plenty of faith in themselves. Having that kind of depth is a great thing for Pakistan, the guys in the bench are working hard and are pushing each other for spots, you can't ask for anything more.


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    When you are chasing a low total especially on these types of wickets. You should never let the game go till the last over. Target should have been "chased the total till 19th over max".

    Anything can happen in the last over. I remember once Pakistan lost to Australia by 1 run and the bowler was Maxwell.

    I think team management should sit today and discuss this issue with the players.

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    Sarfraz has done a great service to Pakistan, from winning u19 cup to winning ICC trophy, and have played some great innings , but his time has come to an end now, or really ended a couple of years ago , he should retire now and save his dignity legacy. Mohammed Rizwan is the future and has the potential to be our goat wicket keeper batsman. Heís shown improvement with both gloves and bat and is hungry to keep developing which means InshaAllah heís in for the long run.

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    It was painful to watch Sarfraz inning, He done great service for Pakistan, Maybe time to move on from limited over cricket.

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    Whilst brutal as a captain on the field at times I think he was well respected in the dressing room. If he has that pull and respect then maybe he should look into coaching , start in domestics in Karachi etc

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    Pakistan registered a five-wicket victory in the third and final T20I in Dhaka chasing down a target of 125 off the final delivery of the contest.

    Heading into the contest having already lost the series, Bangladesh skipper Mahmud Ullah called it correct at the toss and opted to bat first in Dhaka. But they were again off to a poor start with Shahnawaz Dahani knocking off the timber of opener Najmul Hossain Shanto for 5.

    Shamim Hossain and Mohammad Naim then embarked on a steady partnership with a few boundaries in between, before the former's knock was brought to an end on 22 by Usman Qadir. Shamim's eyes lit up seeing the leg-spinner into the attack, but could not get the desired connection to be caught by Iftikhar Ahmed.

    A decent partnership would then inculcate between Naim and Afif Hossain, though not at a rapid pace. They would nurdle the strike around in the next few overs, without showing any urgency to take the attack to the Pakistan bowlers. Afif's knock of 30 off 31 deliveries would finally come to an end, as he looked to up the ante against Qadir, attempting a slog-sweep only to find a thick outside edge.

    With less than six overs remaining and wickets still in the bag, Bangladesh had no option but to increase the scoring rate. But this also brought about wicket-taking opportunities for the Pakistan bowlers.

    They would lose four wickets in the final two overs with Naim (47), Nurul Hasan (4), Mahmud Ullah (13) and Aminul Islam (3) walking back to the shed in quick succession. Mohammad Wasim would end up being the pick of the bowlers for the visitors with figures of 2/15 as they restricted Bangladesh to an under-par score of 124/7.

    In reply, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan would get Pakistan off to a serene start. Curtailing taking any sort or risks, they negotiated the Powerplay, scoring 28 runs without losing a wicket.

    Babar's knock would come to an end in the seventh over as he picked out the fielder at deep midwicket to perfection. It was a rank long hop from Aminul Islam and Naim made no mistakes in the deep. Rizwan and Haider Ali would then embark upon an important partnership, edging Pakistan closer to the target.

    With Pakistan requiring 42 off 29 deliveries, Rizwan's crucial knock of 40 came to an end with Shahidul Islam doing the damage. Rizwan chopped the delivery onto his own stumps and was visibly frustrated by the dismissal. Haider Ali though would do some serious damage in the same over, tonking Islam for two maximums. The equation would then come down to Pakistan needing 26 off 24 deliveries.

    The match would then go right down to the wire with Pakistan needing 8 off 6 deliveries. But with a well-set Haider Ali at the crease, they fancied their chances.

    There would be some drama in the final over though, as a dot delivery would be followed by the wicket of Sarfaraz for 6. It would be two in two for Mahmud Ullah then as Haider Ali attempting a big one, perished on 45. The decision to bowl the last over himself from Mahmud Ullah was turning out to be an inspired choice.

    The drama would continue as Iftikhar would hit a massive six off the fourth delivery, before being out on the fifth. With 2 runs required off the final ball, Mohammad Nawaz would hit a brilliant shot for four to clinch a five-wicket victory for the visitors and help them complete a 3-0 whitewash.


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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    No one is comparing Rizwan with sarfaraz
    Or saying sarfaraz should be a permanent member in the team it's people like you and @IMMY69 who are comparing because you support inviduals over the Pakistan national cricket team

    Talking about todays game watch again

    Haider is the settled batsmen only 15 odd away from 50 when sarfaraz walked in

    Sarfaraz playing singles to give Haider strike

    Haider unable to finish
    1. I was born in Karachi
    2. I have family that still lives in Karachi
    3. I want players from Karachi to succeed and represent the national team
    4. I have no favourites. I want the best players representing the national team regardless of which region or city they were born in.
    5. 6 off 12 deliveries in a T20 game does not constitute good rotating of the strike. 6 off 4, 6 off 6 or even 6 off 8, ok. But 6 off 12 when the overs are running out is just putting pressure on the other batsman.

    Safaraz is surplus to requirements and Rizwan is both a better batsmen and wicket keeper and should rightly so be in the national team.

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    Mohammad Nawaz and Shahnawaz Dahani review 3rd T20I

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    That two sixes has sealed the deal

    Rizwan and Babar are simply rubbish on such pitches

    Babar
    SR 138 in Australia
    SR 142 in England
    SR 149 in South Africa
    SR 139 in Pakistan

    His SR in NZ is 125, that was played in 2018.

    His SRs in other countries(WI, UAE, Bangladesh) is rubbish. He can't play on slow and uneven bounce pitches
    Every player will struggle to score fast on slow, sluggish wickets

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMMY69 View Post
    1. I was born in Karachi
    2. I have family that still lives in Karachi
    3. I want players from Karachi to succeed and represent the national team
    4. I have no favourites. I want the best players representing the national team regardless of which region or city they were born in.
    5. 6 off 12 deliveries in a T20 game does not constitute good rotating of the strike. 6 off 4, 6 off 6 or even 6 off 8, ok. But 6 off 12 when the overs are running out is just putting pressure on the other batsman.

    Safaraz is surplus to requirements and Rizwan is both a better batsmen and wicket keeper and should rightly so be in the national team.
    1. First of all mate I'm not a supporter of sarfaraz he is now done and dusted and need to move away from him and Rizwan is a better option

    2. You have started this discussion of Rizwan Vs Sarfaraz I don't understand why

    3. Regarding today's match Haider was the settled batsman he should have took the initiative and lead the innings which he failed to even though sarfaraz kept rotating and giving the strike to Haider to finish it off

    4. Had sarfaraz finished it off you would have been the first 1 saying sarfaraz has robbed Haider off his 50

    5. It seems like you have some hate for sarfaraz I don't think it's about the Pakistan team succeeding.

    6. Sarfaraz isn't a permanent member of the team you probably won't see him in the next T20 game it was a dead rubber some players have been missing etc... So why all this cry about?

    7. Again a settled batsmen (Haider) should have finished it off With a couple of 4s Instead of trying to hit it out the the ground

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    Quote Originally Posted by emranabbas View Post
    1. First of all mate I'm not a supporter of sarfaraz he is now done and dusted and need to move away from him and Rizwan is a better option

    2. You have started this discussion of Rizwan Vs Sarfaraz I don't understand why

    3. Regarding today's match Haider was the settled batsman he should have took the initiative and lead the innings which he failed to even though sarfaraz kept rotating and giving the strike to Haider to finish it off

    4. Had sarfaraz finished it off you would have been the first 1 saying sarfaraz has robbed Haider off his 50

    5. It seems like you have some hate for sarfaraz I don't think it's about the Pakistan team succeeding.

    6. Sarfaraz isn't a permanent member of the team you probably won't see him in the next T20 game it was a dead rubber some players have been missing etc... So why all this cry about?

    7. Again a settled batsmen (Haider) should have finished it off With a couple of 4s Instead of trying to hit it out the the ground
    Well mate, firstly there is no hate for Safaraz. In a game when the overs are running out you would expect better from a batsmen coming in at number 4. The strike rotation should have been better then 6 off 12 balls.

    With respect to Haider getting to 50. Personally, I couldn't care less about that. It was a about winning the game and someone with match awareness should know that trying (and failing) to give his partner the strike to reach a personal milestone was not the order of the day. Had it been in the 10th Over with 40 to win then you can maybe justify it... But not when the overs are running out and you need 18 runs off 12 balls.

    Finally, its not Safaraz that should get the brunt of the anger for this. It should be the support he has that keeps him in the squad and the lack of strength from the selectors and the management who selected him in the first place.

    In a dead rubber game, against an opposition running low in confidence, a young keeper should have been tested so the blame ultimately lies with the management / selectors.

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    Great to see Pakistan win 3-0. Nice to see Wasim continue to bowl extremely well and I am not sure how he didn't get player of the series award. Big innings by Haider too when everyone struggled - big positive for him to build on.

    Next step for this team will be winning in a dominant fashion like we see England do. Low score total on the board and they will chase it down comprehensively instead of sort of what Pakistan to, which is playing to the score.

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    pretty close wins...

    and where is asif ali?
    should have played him unless injured

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    Good to see Haider Ali batting according to the match situation

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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">9 different winners of the Man of the Match award for Pakistan in their last 9 T20I wins:<br><br>Haider Ali<br>Fakhar Zaman<br>Hassan Ali<br>Shoaib Malik<br>Mohammad Rizwan<br>Asif Ali<br>Haris Rauf<br>Shaheen Shah Afridi<br>Mohammad Hafeez<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Cricket?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Cricket </a></p>&mdash; Saj Sadiq (@SajSadiqCricket) <a href="https://twitter.com/SajSadiqCricket/status/1462776916834930691?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 22, 2021</a></blockquote>
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    Good to see the bench strength being tested and delivering.

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    0-3 mission accomplished 😎

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    People are underestimating this victory. Beating Bangladesh in Bangladesh is not childs play. Even the almighty Indians have lost in Bangladesh. NZ, Australia, South Africa have lost in Bangladesh. Pakistan lost the ODI Series 3-0 and the T-20 series 1-0 in 2015. This is a good win for our side in different conditions

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    On another note, saw Dahani for the first time. Nice pace and his action reminded me a bit of Shaun Pollock?

    Both Wasim & Dahani are great future prospects for Pakistan. Hopefully they are handled properly and mature into good fast bowlers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nasty Naz View Post
    Great to see Pakistan win 3-0. Nice to see Wasim continue to bowl extremely well and I am not sure how he didn't get player of the series award. Big innings by Haider too when everyone struggled - big positive for him to build on.

    Next step for this team will be winning in a dominant fashion like we see England do. Low score total on the board and they will chase it down comprehensively instead of sort of what Pakistan to, which is playing to the score.
    England would drop a match to Bangladesh on these disgusting wickets. The ball hardly bounced, so your hitters cannot trust the pitch and hit through the line, which a lot of England batsmen like to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman Chadda View Post
    England would drop a match to Bangladesh on these disgusting wickets. The ball hardly bounced, so your hitters cannot trust the pitch and hit through the line, which a lot of England batsmen like to do.
    I also think England may lose a game or two on these pitches.

    They were struggling against Sri Lankan spinners in Sharjah. Mirpur should be much more testing for them.


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    10 players in National T20 squad leave Dhaka for Dubai
    Fakhr Zaman, Khushdal Shah, Iftikhar Ahmed and Muhammad Wasim Jr. will arrive in Peshawar
    Shadab Khan, Haider Ali and Haris Rauf will arrive in Islamabad
    Asif Ali will arrive in Lahore
    Emad Wasim and Usman Qadir will stay in Dubai

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">9 different winners of the Man of the Match award for Pakistan in their last 9 T20I wins:<br><br>Haider Ali<br>Fakhar Zaman<br>Hassan Ali<br>Shoaib Malik<br>Mohammad Rizwan<br>Asif Ali<br>Haris Rauf<br>Shaheen Shah Afridi<br>Mohammad Hafeez<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Cricket?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Cricket </a></p>&mdash; Saj Sadiq (@SajSadiqCricket) <a href="https://twitter.com/SajSadiqCricket/status/1462776916834930691?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 22, 2021</a></blockquote>
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    This is awesome! Next man up mentality.


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