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Four best Pakistani cricketers in Under 19 World Cup

Four best Pakistani cricketers in Under 19 World Cup

Although the U-19 world cup did not end on a happy note for Pakistan, however the young passionate kids gave us moments of pride. If I take a look back at the way the young team handled the outclass teams of the world, I came across the names of some fabulous players. I have shortlisted the names of four players that must be admired for rendering high level of entertainment.

Sami Aslam:

Sami Aslam displayed consistency throughout the U19 World Cup and led his team from the front. His cool and calm method to tackle tough situations requires great applause. Hailing from Lahore, the captain made his 1st class debut in October 2012. Well done Aslam for providing great entertainment to cricket lovers back home. He scored 265 runs with an average of 43.

Bat & BowlOppositionGroundMatch DateScorecard
95v S Lanka U19Sharjah22 Feb 2014YODI # 960
62v PNG U19Dubai (CA)17 Feb 2014YODI # 948
64v India U19Dubai (DSC)15 Feb 2014YODI # 939
43*v UAE U19Dubai10 Feb 2014Other OD
71v Afghan U19Lahore23 Jan 2014Other OD

Imam ul Haq:

A cricket lover like his uncle Inzamam ul Haq, Imam batted brilliantly during the Under 19 world cup. He showered runs throughout the tournament and became the second highest run scorer. He scored 382 runs with an average of 63.6 making his team stand tall in the most difficult matches.

 

Bat & BowlOppositionGround

Match Date

Scorecard

28v England U19Dubai (DSC)

24 Feb 2014

YODI # 968

82v S Lanka U19Sharjah

22 Feb 2014

YODI # 960

133v Scot U19Dubai (CA2)

19 Feb 2014

YODI # 956

88v PNG U19Dubai (CA)

17 Feb 2014

YODI # 948

39v India U19Dubai (DSC)

15 Feb 2014

YODI # 939

31v Aust U19Dubai (CA2)

12 Feb 2014

Other OD

42*v UAE U19Dubai

10 Feb 2014

Other OD

 

Zafar Gohar:

If you want to give points to Gohar over sensible cricketing approach, he would get 10/10. He was the man who along with Ammad Butt helped Pakistan beat the England cricket team to cruise to the semi-finals. He is a valiant player who can handle pressure and can make difficult things look easy.

Karamat Ali:

The leg spinner who inflicted great damage with his gugli spin gained much appreciation throughout the tournament. He took 13 wickets with an economy rate of 3.55 and his lethal bowling restricted the opponents to score minimum runs.

About Samia Tariq

Samia Tariq
Samia Tariq is content writer, blogger and social media enthusiast.She has a passion for arts, writing and profound love for nature. For her life is at its best when you live it for a vision and a purpose every day and every minute. Follow her on Google

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