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    February 17, 2005

    Moin Khan aims for a comeback

    Moin Khan, who has not quite been in the good books of Pakistan's selection panel for a while now, wants to make a come-back soon. Interesting that he disagrees with Sarfraz Nawaz and in fact feels that Harbhajan Singh is just an average bowler with 100-150 wickets. The number is 189, dear Moin. Even assuming that his argument on Kumble being the only quality bowler is correct, that means Pakistan has no quality bowler since Shoaib with 140 odd wickets is Pakistan's leading wicket-taker.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 12:59 PM |
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