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'The team that bats 50 overs will win the Cup'
Captain Marvellous Wasim Akram, who transformed an ordinary-looking side riven by infighting and nursing injured egos into a match-winning outfit, in an exhaustive and exclusive interview.
'Saqlain had no business telling the umpire what to do'
Shaharyar Khan, the diplomat sent to shepherd the Pakistan cricket team on its tour of India, in a frank interview.
The agony of being Wasim Akram
Huma Akram relives the agony of 1996, when her husband returned home at the head of the defeated Pakistan team. And the further agonies of the match-fixing scandal.
'On what grounds am I being dropped?'
'I don't know if there is a conspiracy or not. Mind you, my omission has nothing to do with performance. I have just scored a hundred in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. Have I been dropped because I am out of form?' asks Aamir Sohail.
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