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Inzamam-ul-Haq Will Be A Special Guest On PCB Digital Platforms During Pakistan’s Home Series Against South Africa

Inzamam-ul-Haq, former Pakistan skipper will be a special guest on the PCB digital platforms to review and analyze the two-Test and three-T20I series between Pakistan and South Africa, which begins in Karachi on 26 January.

His involvement is part of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s efforts to enhance and expand its digital coverage of the first series between the two sides on Pakistan soil since 2007.

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Inzamam ul Haq’s Appointment Aligned To PCB’s Digital Strategy Built Around Fan Focused And Insight Based Content

This is also aligned to the PCB’s digital strategy that is built around fan-focused and insight-based content that allows the fans and followers a bigger, better and closer access to cricket activities and initiatives. During the matches, Pakistan cricket fans and followers will have access to ball-by-ball scoring at websites like www.pcb.com.pk, which will also include match previews, reviews and other series-related information.

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Pakistan hosted Test matches after ten years. Credits: PCB.

While there will be regular match updates at @TheRealPCB_Live, hourly highlights will be posted on all PCB platforms, focusing on exciting and interesting action from each hour. His series preview will be released on 24 January, while the review of the Karachi Test will go out a day after its conclusion.

Pakistan hosted Test matches after 10 years with Sri Lanka playing in December 2019 after hooligan assailants attacked visiting Sri Lankan bus in 2009. The cricketers escaped suffering minor injuries as UAE became Pakistan’s home venue with visiting teams not favouring to visit Pakistan for security reasons.

Inzamam-ul-Haq Pleased To Be Involved In The Historic Series In Pakistan And Believes Pakistan Will Be A Tough Side

Highlight packages will be also available at the end of the day’s play apart from the virtual press conferences of the star performers of the day, on the PCB YouTube Channel that will allow the fans and followers to rewind the day and enjoy the action.

Inzamam-ul-Haq said, “I am pleased to be involved in this historic series, being played in Pakistan for the first time since 2007. I have no doubts this is going to be an exciting and keenly-contested series and, in this background, I am looking forward to sharing my views, analysis and thoughts with the Pakistan cricket fans through the PCB digital platforms.”

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Inzamam-ul-Haq (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

“Despite the recent series loss in New Zealand, I still believe Pakistan will be a tough side as its players are used to playing on these surfaces. Whether they will be able to cash in on the advantage of playing in familiar conditions is to be seen, but I have a feeling we will get quality performers from this series,” Inzamam-ul-Haq added.

Inzamam-ul-Haq is Pakistan’s third most successful batsman behind Younis Khan (10,099) and Javed Miandad (8,832) with 8,829 Test runs. Against South Africa, he scored 710 runs in 13 Tests, while he holds an average of over 72 at the National Stadium after aggregating 722 runs in eight Tests with three centuries and as many half-centuries. Inzamam ul Haq captained Pakistan in 31 Tests, winning 11 and losing 10.

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IPL 2020: MS Dhoni Is Not Match Fit – Javed Miandad

Former Pakistan batsman Javed Miandad has pointed out that the reason for MS Dhoni’s string of low scores — is that he is not match fit. According to him, at Dhoni’s age, it becomes difficult to be entirely fit.

Before featuring in the IPL 2020, MS Dhoni was under sabbatical for over a year from cricket. He last played a competitive match against New Zealand during the World Cup 2019.

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MS Dhoni. Image Credit: IPL.

Speaking to Indian express, Javed Miandad stated that although CSK captain is physically fit, the problem lies in his timing and reflexes because he is not match fit.

“Your physical ability is inversely proportional to your age. As you grow older, your physical ability goes down and you must work harder on your fitness to get going at the highest level […] Physically Dhoni is still very fit,” Javed Miandad said.

“I am talking about his match fitness. For a player of Dhoni’s age, it becomes even more difficult […] To me, the problem areas are his timing and reflexes. If a player is not totally match-fit, his timing and reflexes get slower.” 

MS Dhoni should increase his net sessions: Javed Miandad

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MS Dhoni (Image Credit: IPL)

Javed Miandad has suggested MS Dhoni follow more exercises drill to improve his timing and body position. He added that the former Indian cricketer should double his hour of net sessions.

“What I have seen, his body positions were not right for certain shots. This is a reason why he is struggling with his timing […] My suggestion to Dhoni will be to increase his exercise drills and batting time at the nets.

“If he is doing 20 sit-ups (for example), he can increase it to 30. If he doing five sprints, he can increase it to eight. If he is spending an hour at the nets for batting practice, he can increase it to two hours,” Miandad added.

Tagged as one of the best finishers, MS Dhoni has lost his wicket cheaply, scoring a meagre 136 runs from nine games at a strike rate of 132.03.

While CSK is having a rough patch this season, Dhoni would be hoping to produce magical spells in the coming matches to seal the spot in the playoffs.

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Great Cricketers Who Returned To The Game After Announcing Retirement

While making the debut in the game is one of the great unforgettable moments for a cricketer, retiring from the game is one of the painful moments. But the player has to take the retirement decision from the game at a certain period of life.

However, there are some cricketers who have still felt passionate about the game even after their retirement. A few of them even decided to overturn their retirement decision and return to the game.

Great Cricketers Who Returned To The Game After Announcing Retirement

Ambati Rayudu

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The Indian cricketer Ambati Rayudu was once a regular player in the Indian ODI side. After his international debut in 2013, though he played only six T20Is till 2016, he also played 55 ODIs till March 2019. After returning to the ODI side in September 2018 after waiting for more than two years, Rayudu was performing consistently at the no.3 and no.4 batting positions.

But Rayudu disappointed in his last international series (ODI series against Australia at home in March 2019) and he also failed to impress in the IPL 2019. Due to those weak performances, he was not included in the Indian 15-member squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Although he was in the stand-by squad for that tournament, he was ignored during that tournament. When the all-rounder Vijay Shankar was ruled out from the middle of that tournament due to injury, uncapped ODI player Mayank Agarwal replaced him, who was not even in the stand-by squad for that tournament.

Earlier, after the original 15-member Indian squad selection for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Rayudu tweeted “Just Ordered a new set of 3d glasses to watch the world cup” in the reaction of the “three-dimensional” cricketer comment of then chairman of the selection committee MSK Prasad for the all-rounder Vijay Shankar. In that period, Rayudu and Shankar were fighting for a spot in the Indian squad for that tournament.

In July 2019, Rayudu surprised everyone by announcing his retirement from all forms of cricket. However, later in August 2019, he changed his mind and announced his return in the game. After his return to the game, Rayudu served for the Hyderabad in the domestic List A and T20 tournaments. He is also ready to participate in the IPL 2020, where he will continue to perform for Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

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Javed Miandad criticises Pakistan Cricket Board. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
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Javed Miandad Extends Apology To PM Imran Khan After ‘Disparaging’ Comments

Javed Miandad — the former Pakistan captain is known for embroiling himself into controversies, but, of late he has apologised this time around to Pakistan Prime Minister and former Pakistan skipper. Imran Khan after blaming him for damaging the face of national cricket and even challenged him in politics.

Miandad issued an apology to his former teammate after saying that he had lost his cool after Pakistan’s loss against England in the first Test match played at Manchester.

Pakistan lost the first Test to England despite having a first-innings lead of 107 runs, but eventually failed with the bat in second innings and failed to defend the target of 277 given to England.

At one stage, England were reeling at 117 for five at one stage and Pakistan squandered an opportunity of winning when England’s Jos Buttler and Chris Woakes stitched together a remarkable 139-run partnership for the sixth wicket as England won by three wickets.

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Javed Miandad Apologizes For Being Angry Due To Pakistan’s Loss

The veteran Pakistan cricketer — Javed Miandad represented Pakistan from 1975 to 1996 and featured in 124 Tests and 233 ODIs. He was their former coach and held key positions in PCB as well. His last ball six against India to win the Austral Asia Cup is one of the best moments of Pakistan’s cricket history against arch-rivals India.

Besides, Miandad maintained that he has great regard for prime minister — and fans of Pakistan after his nephew Faisal Iqbal was selected as one of the coaches of the domestic teams by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

“If I have offended anyone, I apologise for my words, especially to the prime minister because I was angry about Pakistan’s performance in the first Test against England,” Javed Miandad said.

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Javed Miandad Photo Credit: Getty Images.

“I have full respect for prime minister and Pakistan cricket fans all over the world,” he added.

Miandad was involved in many incidents like hitting Australian Dennis Lille with his bat during Pakistan’s tour of Australia in 1981/1982 after colliding while scampering for a quick single run. He also infamously imitated an over-enthusiastic Kiran More during a match against India in 1992 World Cup.

Javed Miandad In Controversy Yet Again Alleging Pakistan PM

Javed Miandad is known for his disputed remarks and controversy was aroused when he alleged that Imran Khan had damaged the face of Pakistan cricket besides indirectly blaming PCB Chief Executive Officer Wasim Khan.

“I was your captain, you weren’t my captain. I’ll come to politics and then I’ll talk to you. I was the one who led you all the time, but you act like god now.

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Javed Miandad and Imran Khan (Image Credit: Google)

“It is almost like you’re the only intelligent person in this country. As if no one else has gone to Oxford or Cambridge or any other university in Pakistan. Think about the people. You don’t care about the country. You came to my home and went out as a prime minister. I challenge you to deny this,” Javed Miandad said.

It becomes pertinent that, Javed Miandad’s son Junaid Miandad is married to Mahrukh Ibrahim, who is the daughter of India’s most wanted gangster — Dawood Ibrahim.

On the other hand, Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan was the captain during their only major ICC trophy win in 1992 World Cup. He featured in 88 Tests and 175 ODIs playing as an all-rounder. He played from 1982 to 1992 and is considered as Pakistan’s greatest all-rounder since he registered 3807 Test runs and 362 Test wickets besides accumulating 3709 ODI runs and 182 ODI wickets.

Imran’s political party is Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and he assumed office from 18th August 2018 and also is a member of National Assembly from 13th August 2018.

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Madan Lal Slams Javed Miandad For His Remarks On Imran Khan

Madan Lal,former Indian coach and player and member of BCCI’s Cricket Advisory Committee, has slammed Javed Miandad for remarking controversially against current Pakistan Prime Minister and 1992 World Cup-winning skipper Imran Khan.

Javed Miandad had accused Imran Khan of ruining the state of affairs by favouring foreigners over fellow Pakistanis for several key positions in Pakistan Board. Madan Lal who is a World Cup winner for India in 1983 and later coached India felt that lack of education is visible in his statements which make no sense.

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Madan Lal. Image Credit: PTI

Madan Lal Feels Javed Miandad Unstable In Uttering Comments

Javed Miandad is a former Pakistani cricket coach, commentator and cricketer who was renowned for his unconventional style of batting and captaincy. He represented Pakistan from 1975 to 1996 and is one of two cricketers besides legendary Sachin Tendulkar to appear in six world cups.

“Whatever he is talking, doesn’t make sense, shows how much educated he is. He had previously made a remark on Kashmir as well as about our Prime Minister. Don’t you think he is a bit unstable?,” Lal said on Sports Tak.

He played 124 tests scoring 8832 runs and 233 ODIs scoring 7381 runs averaging 52.57 and 41.70 respectively.

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Javed Miandad played an imperative role for Pakistan during his Int’l career. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Javed Miandad Will Talk To Imran Khan Personally About Poor State Of Affairs

Javed Miandad was indirectly referring to Wasim Khan the CEO of PCB, who was England born held an influential position in cricket board of Pakistan. Javed Miandad stated that Imran Khan acted like God.

“All officials in the PCB do not know the ABC of the sport. I will talk to Imran Khan personally about the sad state of affairs. I will not leave anyone that is not right for our country,” Miandad said on his official YouTube channel.

“You appointed a foreigner on a key position. What will happen when he flees the country after doing corruption? Is there a shortage of people in your own country that you had to bring people from abroad to work in the PCB?”

The current president of Pakistan, Imran Khan represented Pakistan in 88 tests scoring 3807 runs and picked up 362 wickets besides 175 ODIs where he scored 3709 runs and picked up 182 wickets.

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Javed Miandad and Imran Khan (Image Credit: Google)

“I was your captain; you weren’t my captain. I’ll come to politics and then I’ll talk to you. I was the one who led you all the time, but you act like God now. It is almost like you’re the only intelligent person in this country as if no one has gone to Oxford or Cambridge or any other university in Pakistan. Think about the people,” said Miandad

Imran Khan played till 1992 and served as the captain intermittently between 1982 and 1992 besides winning their first and only major ICC tournament Cricket World Cup in 1992.

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Imran Khan Should Remember I Was His Captain: Former Cricketer Javed Miandad’s Message To Pakistan PM

Former Pakistan legendary batsman Javed Miandad is not happy with his former teammate and current Pakistan Prime minister Imran Khan. He called out Imran Khan on his Youtube channel and told Imran to not forget he was his captain. Javed Miandad was furious and also said he will join politics to challenge his former teammate.

He also mentioned about being the driving force behind Imran Khan’s success. Javed Miandad was known as the ‘Karachi terrier’ to get into his opponent’s skin. He had a glorious career and still holds the record for most runs scored in Test cricket by a Pakistan cricketer. He coached the Pakistani side on a few occasions but wasn’t successful.

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Not Only In The Affairs Of Sports but I Will Also Challenge Him In The Field Of Politics

Javed Miandad said fuming that he will join politics to challenge Imran Khan and show him the right ways how real politics is done. The former Pakistani skipper was infuriated in his Youtube video where he called out Imran Khan and his ways to manage the country. He said that Imran had lost his way and was not running the country properly.

“Not only in the affairs of sports, I will also challenge him (Khan) in the field of politics. Imran should remember I was his captain,”.

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Javed Miandad and Imran Khan (Image Credit: Google)

Pakistani People Are Also Capable Of Managing The PCB: Javed Miandad on Imran Khan Hiring People From Abroad To Run The PCB

Miandad questioned Imran’s hiring policy for the Pakistan Cricket Board. He stated that the Pakistani people are capable enough to run the board and the hiring from abroad should stop. He said deserving candidates from Pakistan should fill the places in PCB.

Please do not bring people from abroad to manage our cricket. Look for deserving people in Pakistan. Believe in people of Pakistan,” he said.

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Javed Miandad brought many miraculous glories to Pakistan. He used to spellbound the fans with his exceptional batting. Other than being a great batsman, Miandad was also an able leader, a decent leg-spinner and a brilliant fielder.

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Babar Azam Insists On Comparison With Javed Miandad And Inzamam-Ul-Haq Rather Than Virat Kohli

Pakistan’s young prodigal batsman, Babar Azam has said that he should be compared to former Pakistan greats like Inzamam-ul-Haq and Javed Miandad rather than the current Indian skipper, Virat Kohli. Indian captain Virat Kohli is undeniably one of the greatest batsmen of his generation. Babar Azam, on the other hand, has also established himself as a world-class batsman in a short period.

This has led to comparisons being drawn between the two legendary batsmen of arch-rival nations. Kohli has scored more than 20,000 runs in international cricket so far and although he might have had a rough patch recently, he seems to be racking up records for fun.

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Virat Kohli. Image Credit: Getty Images.

Now, Babar Azam has said that he should be compared to former Pakistan greats like Javed Miandad and Inzamam ul Haq rather than the current Indian skipper, Virat Kohli.

Babar Azam Opens Up On His Comparisons With Virat Kohli

“If you want to compare me with someone, I would like to be compared to Pakistan’s players, instead of Virat Kohli. We have had legends like Javed Miandad, Younis Khan, Inzamam-ul-Haq. If you compare me to these legends, I will like it more and feel proud of my accomplishments,” Azam told reporters in a teleconference.

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Babar Azam has been a rising star for Pakistan in recent times and has received praise from all over the world for his impressive batting antics. He is playing with an average of above 50 in limited-overs cricket and with average above 45 in Test cricket.

Virat Kohli Has Been On Top Of The Charts In The Last Decade

Virat Kohli is arguably the best batsman in world cricket at the moment. He is racking up records for fun, and he is likely to reach the summit in this list in coming times.

The flamboyant Indian skipper has already smashed 70 international centuries so far and just seems to get better with days going by.

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Virat Kohli (Photo-Getty)

Kohli is now eighth on the list of the most runs scored by a batsman in international cricket. The Delhi-based star has a very long career ahead and the kind of form that he has been in, it seems a considerable possibility that Virat Kohli will lead this chart too.

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5 Cricketers Who Have Participated In The Most Number Of Cricket World Cups

Every cricketer dreams to represent his national team in the ICC Cricket World Cup and play a vital role to bring the cup in the country. However, only a few players have achieved this kind of high success in their international career.

The cricketers need to become a very consistent performer for his team to feature in multiple Cricket World Cups. There are only a few players who have experienced five or more CWC tournaments, and most of these players are known as the legend in the game.

Here we are talking about the top five cricketers who have participated in the most number of Cricket World Cups. (More cricketers have appeared in the five CWC tournaments, so we have taken the names of according to the higher number of matches)

Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka) – 5 World Cups (1996-2011)

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Sri Lankan legendary off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan was a member during Sri Lanka’s victory in the ICC Cricket World Cup 1996. While it was his first Cricket World Cup experience, where he picked up seven wickets in six matches, the off-spinner featured in four more CWCs, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2011. Sri Lanka finished as the runners-up in the 2007 and 2011 editions.

In the Cricket World Cup history, Muralitharan played 40 matches where the off-spinner got 68 wickets with an average of 19.63 and economy rate of 3.88. His best bowling figures in the CWC history were 5-0-19-4 against Ireland during the Super 8 stage in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007. During his CWC career, Muralitharan claimed four-wicket hauls for four times.

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Javed Miandad Refuses To Compare Virat Kohli With Sachin Tendulkar Or Sunil Gavaskar

Legendary Pakistan batsman, Javed Miandad has refused to compare Virat Kohli with Sachin Tendulkar or Sunil Gavaskar. Sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Tendulkar, and Virat Kohli have all been pioneers of Indian cricket during their respective eras and have been the best batsmen not only in Indian cricket but in the entire world.

However, Javed Miandad believes it will be wrong to compare Virat Kohli to the other two legends. While Sachin Tendulkar has been the greatest ever batsman in world cricket, Sunil Gavaskar has been among one of the greats of Indian cricket and holds a respectable demeanour in the cricketing circuit.

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Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar. Image Courtesy: Getty

Javed Miandad said it is difficult to find another Sunil Gavaskar or Sachin Tendulkar as they were a class apart.

Javed Miandad Opens Up On Virat Kohli’s Comparison With Sachin Tendulkar And Sunil Gavaskar

“If you are talking of the street fighter attitude, then I don’t think you can compare anyone from my era with the present generation. You cannot make another Sunny Gavaskar or Sachin Tendulkar. You can idolise someone but that won’t change an individual’s class or quality. You can’t compare players from different generations,” Miandad was quoted as saying by Telegraph.

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Virat Kohli Has Emerged As A Phenom In World Cricket

Virat Kohli is arguably the best batsman in world cricket at the moment. He is racking up records for fun, and he is likely to reach the summit in this list in coming times. The flamboyant skipper of the India National Cricket Team has already smashed 70 international centuries so far and just seems to get better with days going by.

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Virat Kohli. Image Credit: Getty Images.

Virat Kohli is now eighth on the list of the most runs scored by a batsman in international cricket. The Delhi-based star has a very long career ahead and the kind of form that he has been in, it seems a considerable possibility that Virat Kohli will lead this chart too.

Also Read: Babar Azam Has Full Support Of Veteran Javed Miandad

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Babar Azam Has Full Support Of Veteran Javed Miandad

The legendary Pakistan cricketer Javed Miandad feels that the 25-year-old Babar Azam is the right person to lead the present Pakistan team. While Babar already started the T20I captaincy for Pakistan recently, he has been now appointed as an ODI captain too.

After making his international debut in 2015, Babar Azam has played 26 Tests, 74 ODIs and 38 T20Is, where the right-handed batsman has scored 1850 runs (average 45.12), 3359 runs (average 54.17) and 1471 runs (average 50.72) respectively. At present, he is the No. 1-ranked T20I batsman, No. 3-ranked ODI batsman and No. 5-ranked Test batsman.

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Babar Azam (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Now, Babar is handling the limited-overs captaincy roles of the Pakistan national cricket team. Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad recently praised the young Pakistan white-ball captain.

On his YouTube channel, Miandad said, “You (Babar) are the king of cricket and people know you for that. You just don’t need to take any kind of pressure.”

We are Pakistanis, and Urdu is our mother tongue, not English: Javed Miandad on Babar Azam’s weak spoken English

While Babar’s spoken English is not so strong enough, Miandad feels that it is not a necessary criterion to become a captain of a national team.

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Babar Azam (Image Credit: Twitter)

Backing the new Pakistan skipper, Miandad claimed, “Cricket is the only criteria for cricket, not English as there were many other countries in the world which doesn’t speak English. These types of statements can under-pressure the player. You (Babar) speak in Urdu and let someone translate.

Miandad further added, “You (Babar) don’t know English that’s Ok. You are the captain of Pakistan and you have to lead from the front. Discard these types of thoughts from your mind. You (Babar) have the capability to bat and lead the team, so you don’t need to get under pressure. We are Pakistanis and Urdu is our mother tongue not English.”

Miandad feels that it is only unnecessary things, and they shouldn’t waste their precious time by focusing on these unnecessary things.

The former Pakistan captain continued, “We are still caught in unnecessary things whereas rest of the world has succeeded today just because of its focus on work.”

While Javed Miandad served the Pakistan team from 1975 to 1996, he played 124 Tests, and 233 ODIs. In his international career, the right-handed batsman scored 8832 Test runs (average 52.57) and 7381 ODI runs (average 41.70). He was one of the heroes who guided the Pakistan team to win the Cricket World Cup 1992 (second-most run-scorer in that tournament; 437 runs). Miandad also led the national team in 96 international matches between 1980 and 1993.

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Javed Miandad (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Miandad has full confidence in Babar Azam and the present Pakistan bowling unit.  

Miandad quoted, “We have full confidence on you people (Pakistani players). We have a very good bowling and it always win the matches.”

Pakistan can resume their international cricket with the forthcoming England tour where they will play a three-match Test series and three-match T20I series.

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