Why fuss about Dhoni’s captaincy?

Our sub-continental culture of captain-bashing is detrimental to the growth of cricket. MSD remains India’s only leader. The entire hullabaloo around MS Dhoni’s captaincy is extremely ill-timed. Captain-bashing is a favourite pastime of cricket pundits in the Indian sub-continent and the media just loves it. Ahead of the T20s versus Australia and the one-day series […]

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Wasim Akram bats for turning tracks in India’s home contests

Sultan of swing Wasim Akram advised the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to dish out turning tracks when teams like England and Australia tour the sub-continent. It may be recalled that under-fire India opener Gautam Gambhir was of the similar opinion during a press conference a few a days ago. “I always […]

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Seniors played for themselves, alleges Akram

Adelaide: Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram, one of the all-time great fast bowlers, spoke to The Telegraph on Saturday morning. The following are excerpts: Q. Coming from the subcontinent, what’s your reaction to India being wiped out? A. I’ve been saddened… Dukh hua hai… The players are my friends and I have ties with cricket […]

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Akram wants Sehwag to change attitude, motivate the team

Former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram feels stand-in captain Virender Sehwag has looked “nonchalant” so far and needs to change his attitude to motivate the demoralised Indian Team in the fourth and final Test against Australian starting on Tuesday. With Mahendra Singh Dhoni banned for a match, the captaincy baton has been handed over to Sehwag […]

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Wasim slams British press for maligning Ajmal

ADELAIDE: Pace-bowling legend Wasim Akram is exasperated with the way British press has been harping about the bowling action of Pakistan’s off-spinner Saeed Ajmal and termed as “stale” the pressure tactics of their media. “Instead of praising him [Saeed Ajmal] and admitting their team was outplayed by Pakistan, they are going after the gifted bowler,” […]

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Akram slams British press for questioning Ajmal’s action

Pace-bowling legend Wasim Akram is exasperated with the way British press has been harping about the bowling action of Pakistan’s off-spinner Saeed Ajmal and termed as “stale” the pressure tactics of the home media. Ajmal took a 10-wicket haul in the Pakistan’s impressive 10-wicket win over world number one Test team England in the Dubai […]

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Saeed Ajmal is a unique talent: Wasim Akram

Dubai: Jan 20, 2012 Wasim Akram stated that Saeed Ajmal, who registered his career-best figures of seven for 55 against World No.1 England in first innings of the Dubai Test, is an exceptional talent and the Pakistan selectors should give the off-spinner a longer run in the team. “One thing I have been saying over […]

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Wasim Akram brands ageing Indian legends inadequate

PAKISTAN great Wasim Akram has branded India’s ageing batsmen ‘physically inadequate’ – wilting in a bumbling unit embarrassing sub-continent cricket. Akram says MS Dhoni’s side has been cocooned at home by an Indian board complicit in its downfall and obsessed with a Twenty20 Premier League. “Perth should be an eye-opener for Indian cricket,” said Akram […]

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Wasim Akram’s tips pay off for Starc

PERTH: Young Australian pacer Mitchell Starc on Saturday took his first big step away from the shadows of namesake Mitchell Johnson by triggering India’s collapse in the second innings to all but seal the fate of the third Test and the series. Starc grabbed two of the four wickets to fall in India’s second innings, […]

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India in do-or-die battle in Perth: Akram

Perth, Jan 12: Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram said he would chose experience over youth in the do-or-die third Test for India, starting on Friday as he feels youngsters would not be able to make huge difference in the performance of the team straight away. “Batting well will remain crucial and the Indians know what […]

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