Waqar Younis has 'high hopes' for World Twenty20


Express April 06, 2010

LAHORE:

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis said that the Pakistan cricket team is working diligently, and he has high hopes for the upcoming World Twenty20.


Speaking to the media outside Lahore's Gaddafi stadium, Younis said that the eight days of practice sessions had been very beneficial for the players.


No tracking injury had been witnessed, while only minor injuries had been sustained by Umar Gul and Yasir Arafat during training.


Younis added that fielding was key to winning Twenty20 cricket, something the Pakistani team was working hard for.

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