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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Former cricketers praises pakistan team effort

he impressive performance in the last two one day internationals against New Zealand has forced the ex-cricketers to change their opinions about Pakistan cricket team as they are now praising the team for the exceptional show in New Zealand.
Pakistan won the fourth ODI against Black Caps in nail-biting encounter by only two wickets and the hero this time was Misbah-ul-Haq, who played his career best innings and guided Pakistan chase

Former chief selector and legendary leg spinner Abdul Qadir has praised the team effort of Pakistan and congratulated Shahid Afridi as he managed to unite the team despite of captaincy controversy created by the chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ejaz Butt.

Former wicket keeper batsman Saleem Yousuf also appreciated the Pakistan cricket team performance and said, “PCB has self-created the captaincy controversy but team has fought well and looked united under the captaincy of Shahid Afridi. Players are responding well to the skipper’s call and this is great sign for the world cup. Misbah and Younus are leading the Pakistan batting very well and Ahmed Shehzad also batting well after getting chance to play in the team.”
Former chief selector Salahuddin Sallu has criticized Pakistan bowling and said, “Our bowlers are bowling too many extra deliveries which is a worrying sign. We have two former fast bowlers in our coaching department and they should work on the extras problem. Pakistan team has fought back well and now they should win the series in the next match.”

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