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Any team can’t give top performance all year round.
When you have confidence, the atmosphere in the dressing room also improves.
As my parents are from India, I am told a lot of positive things about the country, the culture and traditions of Muslims in India. I don’t remember anything nasty told to me by my parents.
The victory in the 1992 World Cup changed Pakistan cricket. A number of cricketers from that side turned out to be role models and inspiration for the younger generation.
Regardless of where we play, we should play India on regular basis.
I think there is no better way for our players to improve and learn to perform under pressure than playing regularly with India.
It is imperative that Afghanistan cricket does well. You cannot imagine how passionate Afghanistan’s fans are and how they live and die by every result.
As more we play cricket, the more players will learn from it.
All successful captains in the world have had long-term roles to make a difference.
Off the field, both India and Pakistan enjoy a healthy relationship, and that’s the way it should be – friends off the field and fierce competitors on it.
Besides being a sportsman, I am also a human being.
I have no problems playing under anyone.
If people remember me as one who contributed to Pakistan’s cricket, I will feel good. If people say good things, it makes me feel happy.
I don’t have a magic wand, and there is a lot we need to do right in Pakistan cricket to build a strong team.
Frankly speaking, the pleasure and satisfaction you get after performing against India you don’t get against any team, and if you ask the Indian players, they would have similar sentiments.
I didn’t play much under Imranbhai, but he was special.
I can’t leave cricket. It is my passion.
Imran never lost faith in us as players, individually and as a team, and that gave us the confidence to win. He was a leader par excellence, and Pakistan have seen none like him.
It’s not as if I never used to get under pressure. That is nonsense. It’s just that my looks gave an appearance, and people didn’t think I was tense.
The thing that forced me to think about my retirement was that I had played my cricket with honour and distinction, and I did not want to put myself in a position where I was considered a liability or unwanted by the selectors.