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> Defeat To England In The Second Test... The Manner Of Paki
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Pakistan Chief Selector Inzamam-ul-Haq tells Saj Sadiq of PakPassion.net he is not fazed by defeat to England in the second Test... The manner of Pakistans capitulation in the second Test, where they lost by 330 runs, appeared to nullify any positives gained by the fantastic victory at Lords.But despite the gloom that usually descends on Pakistan cricket in the face of a poor performance, newly-appointed Chief Selector Inzamam-ul-Haq is convinced that there is light at the end of the tunnel. We may have struggled in Manchester, but it is my firm belief that our batsmen will have picked up important experience by the end of this tour which will benefit them in the future, said Inzamam. Watch a pick of the action from the fourth day of the second test between England and Pakistan at Old Trafford There is no need to panic due to the recent performance. It is usual for a team with many players who have never played in such conditions before, to struggle a little, similar to when non-Asian teams find it tough to play spin bowling in the sub-continent.Back home or in the UAE, we try and play every ball that we face, but in English conditions you need to be selective about which balls to play and which ones to leave.Our batsmen need to improve themselves technically. However, I do not believe that there is any blame to be laid at their feet for the defeat. We need to have patience.The England victory at Old Trafford may have been painful for Pakistan cricket followers but England batsman Joe Roots fantastic 254 against a world-class bowling attack was a sight to behold. Root innings one of the greats Nasser Hussain hailed Joe Roots double hundred as one of the greatest innings for England hes seen A veteran of almost five-hundred international games, Inzamam expressed his admiration for the 25-year-old England batsman who is laying waste to many an international bowling attack.Root has really impressed me, said Inzamam. Ive watched his career closely; he is a fantastic player and seems to be improving with every innings that he plays.I see a great future for him if he continues to bat in the way he is batting at the moment.The four-Test series now stands level at 1-1 after Pakistan kicked off their campaign with an impressive 75-run victory against England at Lords.There arent many cricket followers who will forget the unique press-up celebration by Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq when he scored a fantastic hundred in the first Test. Misbah-ul-Haq celebrated his century against England at Lords in a very unusual way, by doing some press-ups! Apart from the well-deserved accolades he received for his innings, his performance in that game also underlined his importance to the Pakistan team and seemed to end any talk of age not being on his side on this tour.Inzamam said the only considerations for Misbahs inclusion in this team and for his future participation were his performances and fitness - the latter helped by the squads pre-tour army boot camp.Misbah has shown the way for all batsmen to follow, added Inzaman. He is the most experienced player in the team and our captain.We also have Younus Khan, who we can rely on for experience. Performances by both these players are key to our successes. Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq praised the performances of Englands Alastair Cook and Joe Root after defeat in the second test Misbahs age is not an issue - there is absolutely no limit on the age of a player for him to be part of the Pakistan team. The only factor that matters is the level of performance and the fitness of the player.The way Misbah is playing now, I see no reason why he should not be given the opportunity to represent Pakistan in upcoming foreign tours, as his experience will be crucial for the team.Chastised by their loss at Old Trafford, Misbah and Pakistan will now need to re-group and look ahead to the remaining two Test matches to try to finish the series on a winning note.While the loss at Old Trafford is fresh in the minds of fans and players alike, Inzamam says the win in the opening Test at Lords cannot be ignored as it showed to the world that Pakistan are not a pushover. The win at Lords has shown everyone that this team is more than capable of winning against tough opposition and in foreign conditions, he said.The Old Trafford Test obviously did not go that well, but then we have to give credit to England for making a comeback in this series and shows that they are a very tough team to beat.Regardless of the result in the second Test, I am convinced that as the players get more experience in these conditions, their performance will improve and Pakistan will get better results and bounce back.Watch day one of the third Investec Test between England against Pakistan, from Edgbaston, at 10am, Wednesday Sky Sports 2. 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The former Edmonton Oilers defenceman was with the St. Louis Blues in training camp on a professional tryout. Whitney, 30, had four goals and 13 points in 34 games with the Oilers last season.JAPANKeisuke Honda — 28, midfielder, AC Milan. Widely considered Japans best player, Honda scored six goals in Milans opening seven matches this season but has been held off the score sheet in seven matches since. An attacking midfielder, Honda is the top Japanese scorer in World Cup history with three goals.Shinji Kagawa — 25, midfielder, Borussia Dortmund. After impressive performances in his first stint with the German club, Kagawa has failed to find his form in his return to the Bundesliga after two disappointing seasons at Manchester United. Has scored just two goals in 18 appearances this season. Was named Asian Football Confederation International Player of the Year in 2012.Shinji Okazaki — 28, forward, Mainz. While he doesnt get the notoriety of Honda or Kagawa, Okazaki has been more prolific on the score sheet, netting 15 goals last season for Mainz. Okazaki became the most prolific Japanese player in Bundesliga history on Sept. 13, scoring his 27th and 28th league goals in Mainzs 3-1 win over Hertha Berlin.___JORDANOdai Al-Saify — 28, forward, Al-Salmiya SC. Al Saify has earned more than 70 international caps since his debut in 2007. A proven striker, hes scored 14 goals in 93 appearances for Al-Salmiya.Ahmad Hayel — 31, forward, Al-Arabi. Hayal made his international debut in 2005. Has scored 18 goals in 87 games for Jordan.Khalil Bani Attiah — 23, defender, Al-Faisaly. Steady defender who made his international debut against North Korea in 20011.dddddddddddd Older brother Nourideen Bani Attiah plays as goalkeeper for Al-Faisaly and the Jordan national youth teams.___IRAQYounis Mahmoud — 31, forward. Since his international debut in 2002, Mahmoud has scored 50 goals in 124 matches. He captained the Iraqi national team that won the 2007 Asian Cup, scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia in the final. Scored twice for Iraq in a 3-1 win over China in an Asian Cup qualifying match last March.Karrar Jassim — 27, midfielder, Esteghlal. Karrar scored three goals in the Asian qualifiers for the 2008 Olympics. Has scored twice in 15 games for Esteghlal this season.Ahmed Yasin Ghani — 23, midfielder, Orebro SK. Has scored 15 goals over six seasons with Swedish clubs BK Forward and Orebro SK. Scored his first international goal for Iraq in a 2-0 win over Oman in the 2012 WAFF Championship.___PALESTINIAN TEAMAshraf Numan — 28, midfielder, Al-Faisaly FC. Scored four goals in the AFC Challenge Cup, helping his team qualify for the Asian Cup. He is equal with Fahed Attal for most goals ever for the Palestinian team.Murad Ismail Said — 32, midfielder, Al-Wehdat. Said was named most valuable player of the AFC Challenge Cup. Experienced defensive midfielder who began his professional career with Al Ahly in 2009.Ahmad Wridat — 23, midfielder, Shabab Al Dhahriah. Wridat has scored five goals in eight internationals, four of which came against Taiwan in the 2014 Philippines Peace Cup. ' ' '
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