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Current Cricketers Don't Compare Themselves With Their Heroes: Moin Khan Tells Wasim Akram - VIDEO

Apr 11, 2020 IANS

In a conversation with Wasim Akram, former Pakistan cricketer Moin Khan said that the current lot of cricketers perhaps are just playing for themselves

Moin Khan Heaps Praise On Virat Kohli, Credits MS Dhoni For 'Changing The Face Of Indian Cricket'

Feb 08, 2020 PTI

Picking India captain Virat Kohli as the only batsman who's destined to become a legend, former Pakistan wicketkeeper said MS Dhoni saw through what Saurav Ganguly had started


Sarfaraz Ahmed & Co Can End India's World Cup Domination Over Pakistan: Moin Khan

India and Pakistan will meet in the World Cup at Old Trafford on June 16.

High Potency

Feb 28, 2006 Moin Khan

Even though England have lost Vaughan, Trescothick and Jones before the Nagpur Test, the tourists have a pace battery that can trouble the in-form Indian batsmen.


Absence of Shoaib, Afridi Hurt

The two keep motivating players and are also an integral component in Pakistan's scheme of things in one-day cricket. Their indisposition eliminated the motivation factor and badly disturbed the team combination.

25 February, 2006

Chappell Scored Over Woolmer

Moin Khan

The biggest advantage the Indians had was the former Australian captain's ability of being an excellent reader and analyser of the game as compared to Woolmer, who lacked the hardcore experience of match pressures.


18 February, 2006

We Lost To A Superior Unit

Moin Khan

India was a better team and there is no shame in losing to a side that displayed thorough professionalism and commitment in all the departments with such consistency.


15 February, 2006

India In Sublime Form

Moin Khan

Sachin played an excellently calculated innings and together with Dravid did all the spade work before Yuvraj and Dhoni delivered the killing blows.


12 February, 2006

India Peaking At The Right Time

Moin Khan

Outfoxed, out-thought, outsmarted and eventually outclassed in all the departments of the game. Something that should be a concern for Pakistan.


10 February, 2006

India Lacks Balance

Moin Khan

When Dravid was keeping wickets, the Indians had the luxury of including an additional all-rounder or a specialist bowler. But that advantage is gone with Dhoni keeping wickets and Dravid playing as a specialist batsman.


08 February, 2006

Friendship Series?

Moin Khan

History might not forgive Dravid for his poor captaincy and unsporting attitude. After all, we have still not forgotten the act of the Chappells, have we?


05 February, 2006

India Will Miss Sourav

Moin Khan

It is a mind boggling decision to drop someone of the experience of Ganguly who not only has scored over 10,000 one-day runs but is better equipped to handle the enormous pressure.


29 January, 2006

Payback Time

Moin Khan

We hear a green-top wicket is awaiting the teams in Karachi. I am sure there would be butterflies in the bellies of the batsmen while the seamers must be smiling ear-to-ear.


27 January, 2006

Beginning Of The End?

Moin Khan

The more I look back at Sachin's dismissal in Faisalabad, the more convinced I get that the downhill journey for the little champion has started.


20 January, 2006

'Frustrate Sehwag'

Moin Khan

Only two Indian batsmen had outings in Lahore and the middle order still lacks match practice. But the Pakistani bowlers have an uphill task of preventing the flow of runs from Sehwag's wood.


19 January, 2006

The Ground Beneath Their Feet

Moin Khan

Despite all the hue and cry about the placid track, I believe Pakistan wanted this type of pitch. It was a very risky game plan. Imagine what would have happened if India batted first!


11 January, 2006

Sourav Or Yuvraj?

Moin Khan

The bubble is about to burst! In the next two days, we all will know if Sourav Ganguly has the support and confidence of Rahul Dravid...


06 January, 2006

Ganguly Factor Extremely Crucial!

Moin Khan

Saurav's presence in the dressing room can be destructive and might disintegrate the team if he is not treated with importance and given the respect that he, by all means, deserves.


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