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Rashid Latif Says Pakistan Made Mistake By Sacking Sarfaraz Ahmed, Mickey Arthur After 2019 World Cup

Jul 16, 2021 PTI

PCB sacked Arthur one month after Pakistan failed to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup, while Sarfaraz was removed as captain of all three formats

Ex-Pakistan Captain Rashid Latif Names The Indian Batsman Who Was 'One Step Ahead Of All'

Jun 06, 2020 IANS

Rahul Dravid was India's go-to man whenever the Indian team lost early wickets, says Rashid Latif


Sourav Ganguly's 'Super Series' Faces Another Critic, Faf Du Plessis Advises BCCI Boss To Focus On Something Else

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had said plans are afoot to organise a four-nation meet, involving cricket's heavyweights, from 2021, for which discussions had been held with England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Cricket Australia (CA)

Why Always Shoaib?

Feb 21, 2005 Rashid Latif

Controversy could have played a part in Shoaib's pullout. The Pakistan team management for the last two years has been weak. One cannot be strict and lax at the same time.


Pak Seamers A Big Letdown

Shoaib tried all through to get his outswinger going but could not summon it. Sami was nowhere his best and suffered from a fault in his bowling action. How we wanted Umar Gul to be available in the final Test!

09 April, 2004

Pak Benefited From Dravid's Gift

Rashid Latif

The skipper might have been influenced by the fact there was grass on the pitch and that it couldn't have been rolled out well. It implied a pitch of variable bounce on the fourth and fifth day, given the hot conditions. The Indians didn't reckon the


02 April, 2004

India Streets Ahead In Discipline

Rashid Latif

The Pakistan camp of today isn't like the Indian unit where a Sehwag or a Yuvraj are given a free hand to showcase their talent. No wonder, there is a feeling the unit appears shackled


25 March, 2004

India Deserving Winners

Rashid Latif

Their tough, uncompromising cricket turned the tide in the final two games at Lahore and squeezed Pakistan out of the contest


22 March, 2004

'India Match Aussies In Crisis'

Rashid Latif

'They did it in the NatWest Series, in the Adelaide Test Down Under and now they have taken the series down to the wire. Pakistan is still to learn this art'


20 March, 2004

'Lambi Race Ka Ghoda'

Rashid Latif

'As the matches become regular and the players feel less pressure, Pakistan tends to dominate, like in Sharjah, in the context of the two teams'


17 March, 2004

'Sachin Is Cricket's Kohinoor'

Rashid Latif

'I was sitting in the stands and watching Tendulkar unfold his genius. Time and again I thought, has there been a better batsman I have watched in my life? I couldn't think of anyone, not even Viv Richards'


14 March, 2004

'Inzy Was Right In His Call'

Rashid Latif

'Pakistan reckoned their fast bowlers would be able to take early wickets and dent the famed Indian batting. They were also proved right on hindsight, they now know the team would be able to chase any target against a weak Indian bowling attack'


10 March, 2004

Make-Or-Break Series For Skippers

Rashid Latif

Captains come under pressure when they are failing and men around them are performing well. So is the case with Inzamam and Ganguly. I hope they don't make the mistake most captains do under pressure -- ask the rest of the guys to step up their perfo


07 March, 2004

'Reverse Swing Might Not Affect India'

Rashid Latif

'The way they (Indian batsmen) played in Australia it was apparent they knew what the ball would do,' says the former Pakistani skipper


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