Waqar Younis

Pakistani Cricket coach Waqar Younis addresses a news conference in Lahore. Younis has quit as Pakistan coach only a day after Shahid Afridi stepped down as Twenty20 captain. Pakistan lost three group matches at the World Twenty20 and made an early exit from the tournament in India.

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The black sherwani was the chief inspirer of raw, pacy talent in Pakistan; the jacketed and tracksuited stars the main outcome. No wonder, Imran, Wasim and Waqar have much to reminisce at the Eden Gardens. The unflappable Gavaskar follows their run-ups.

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Pakistani coach Waqar Younis (right) addresses a news conference with captain Shahid Afridi (center) and manager Intikhab Alam at Pakistan Cricket Board, in Lahore. Pakistan winning the World Cup would help convince other teams to again play cricket in the country following a deadly attack in 2008, according to coach Waqar Younis.

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The Pakistan cricket team's head coach Waquer Younis (left) briefly speaks to the media as he walks outside the hotel where the Pakistan cricket team are staying, in Taunton, England. Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik wants to wait for an initial British police report into allegations of match fixing involving Pakistan cricketers before sending an investigation team to England.

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Pakistan cricket team's coach Waqar Younis reacts during a press conference in Lahore, Pakistan. Younis believes recent off-field controversies have inflicted the worst damage in three decades on the team.

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