Miandad


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Miandad

Javed . born 1957, Pakistani cricketer, a famous batsman; played for Pakistan 1976--94; national team coach 1999--2001
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Dubai: Legendary Pakistani batsman Javed Miandad who had hit a last ball six to beat India in a classic one day cricket match in Sharjah in 1986, has now threatened to use sword against India to slain people.
If these things did not stop then I will go border with anyone who will join me and after going there I will tell people that we want peace and we are with Kashmiri people," Miandad said in a video he posted on his Twitter handle.
When asked about reports on Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) thinking to hand over reins of National One Day team's captaincy to anyone from Muhammad Hafeez, Imad Wasim and Babar Azam, Miandad told reporter that players who had enjoyed their prime must not be given the job.
Miandad said Richards or Ian can coach players of what they had learned by playing on the field, otherwise coaches who just do courses and start coaching cannot improve the team.
Miandad's record came in Pakistan's 1992 World Cup winning campaign when he scored 437 in 9 innings with the help of five half-centuries.
Talking to media, Miandad said Pakistan team management must calculate the difference of the points table and net run-rate before going in the match as to apply accordingly.
Miandad had developed a strong opinion against me...in fact, the day before I went to bat, Miandad didn't even give me any net practice.
His attitude is very disappointing for everyone belongs to cricket fraternity in Pakistan,' Miandad said while talking to the media.
Addressing a press conference alongside Jahangir Khan and Islahuddin Siddique on Saturday, Miandad was critical of Imran's decision, stating that departmental cricket was a way for players to earn a living.
Talking to Dawn, Miandad said: 'I am in talks with sports personalities like Jansher Khan, Islahuddin, Samiullah besides other prominent cricketers and to set up the All Pakistan Sports Club for the welfare of the needy sports-persons of the country that includes former and current players of all the sports and not just cricketers.
After scoring his 34th ODI century, Indian captain Virat Kohli was hailed by the former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad as a "genius who is the best batsman in the world".
ISLAMABAD:Batting legend Javed Miandad Monday urged coach Mickey Arthur to devise different strategies for the players according to the situation on the field in order to get better results in the game.