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Pakistan leg-spinner Shah in contention
Melbourne Age

Pakistan leg-spinner Shah in contention

Younus Khan appears unlikely to reclaim his position for Pakistan's World Cup quarter-final against Australia. But a teammate who also thrived in the Test series against Australia late last year, leg-spinner Yasir Shah, is in strong contention to ... Melbourne Age, 1 week ago
Tough to fill Misbah, Afridi void The Nation Pakistan, 5 days ago

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Melbourne Age

Pakistan could recall Australia's Test tormenter Younus Khan for quarter-final clash

Adelaide: Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has confirmed Younus Khan could be recalled for Pakistan's World Cup quarter-final partly in recognition of how he tormented Australia's bowlers when their team was thrashed in a Test series late last year. ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Pakistan could recall Younus Khan against Australia, says Misbah-ul-Haq  WA Today2 weeks ago Sarfraz, bowlers help Pakistan set up Australia quarter-final  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Pakistan could recall Test tormentor  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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Beating SA turned it around for us: Younus

ADELAIDE - Pakistan batsman Younus Khan has said the side's fighting win against South Africa in Auckland turned their fortunes around and transformed the team into believing they could qualify for the knockouts. Pakistan struggled in the beginning ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Younus wants win over Ireland for Woolmer  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Younis Khan says will not reject offer of captaincy even today  The News Tribe2 weeks ago Younus Khan wants win over Ireland for Woolmer  Daily Times2 weeks ago
Daily Times

Struggling Younus denies retirement tweet

BRISBANE - Out of form senior Pakistan batsman Younus Khan denied on Wednesday tweeting a plan to retire from one-day internationals after the ongoing World Cup, saying he was working hard to come good for his team. A tweet from a supposedly ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Star batsman Younus Khan denies ODI retirement tweet  Daily Times1 month ago Younus Khan to quit one-day cricket after World Cup  Daily Times1 month ago Retirement news is false: Younus Khan  The Express Tribune1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Imran Khan backs Younus

KARACHI - Pakistan's World Cup-winning captain Imran Khan took to a social networking site to console the crestfallen Pakistanis after Sunday's defeat to India in Adelaide. Imran, who admitted he had watched a cricket match properly for the first ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Pakistan's defeat to India can be a …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Imran consoles crestfallen Pakistan  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Imran consoles Pakistan team after huge defeat against India  Daily Times1 month ago

'Indian bowlers have done well but need to tighten up a bit'

Mohammed Shami of India is congratulated by teammates after he got the wicket of Younus Khan of Pakistan during the World Cup match at Adelaide Oval. Photograph: Morne de Klerk/Getty Images Sunil Gavaskar has said India were superior to Pakistan in every aspect of the game during their World Cup win in Adelaide but said they need to work more on their bowling and fielding before they take on title-contenders such as Australia and New Zealand. "Australia have been in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Younus Khan will play pivotal role in 2015 World Cup, says former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood

Mahmood, who played 21 Tests and 143 one-day internationals, said that he would 'back Azhar all the way' as his experience in Australia and New Zealand would be invaluable
 DNA2 months ago Azhar Mahmood backs Younus Khan to play crucial role in Pak's WC campaign  Business Standard2 months ago
The Express Tribune

Four reasons why sending Younus Khan as an opener is justifed

Younis Khan raises his bat and helmet as he celebrates after scoring a century against South Africa. PHOTO: AFP We have been seeing a lot of undue criticism directed towards the decision of choosing Younus Khan as an opener in the matches ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago 'Optimistic' Younus Khan hopes to score century in Pakistan's WC opener against India  DNA2 months ago
The Express Tribune

Excluding Yasir Shah a big mistake, says Ramiz Raja

Says pressu­re will be on Austra­lia in the quarte­r-finals; Pakist­an needs Younus Khan in Tests We don't need cricketers who sell their souls to the devil: Ramiz Raja. PHOTO: FILE/TMN Former Test cricketer Ramiz Raja said Pakistan ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Opening woes continue to haunt Pakistan at World Cup

Senior batsman Younus Khan, desperately in need of runs, was moved up to partner Ahmed Shehzad at the top in Pakistan's opening match against arch-rivals India but the experiment failed as the 37-year-old managed just six runs. The out-of-form ...
 Northern Territory Government3 weeks ago Cricket-Opening woes continue to haunt Pakistan at World Cup  Reuters Africa3 weeks ago Opening woes continue to haunt beleaguered Pakistan  Oman Observer3 weeks ago REUTERS - Cricket-Opening woes continue to haunt Pakistan at World Cup  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago
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