Is there a change in approach of Pakistan's batting eventually?

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  1. Del
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    Del Cornered Tiger

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    Seriously I believe its happening, because I dont remember when we lost our two best batsmen on 27 in 4th over and yet played with positive mindset and posted 358 on the board.

    Yes, there were no daemon on the pitch, but this is the same team we're talking about here who used to bog down after early wickets (remember our batting when Misbah was skipper?).

    I reckon its a refreshing change in approach...
     
  2. ASLI-PATHAN
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    ASLI-PATHAN Cricistan Khan

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    We need a good sample of at least 5 innings to believe this.
     
  3. mohsin88ali
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    mohsin88ali Talented

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    Sample size is too short to say something definitively but...
    If they keep it up in 4th and 5th Odi against England and during the warmups, we will know for certain.
    And our campaign will be all the better because of it.

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  4. Inswinger
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    Inswinger Tracer Bullet

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    Playing our home matches I the UAE has really hurt the batsmen. Slower tracks are not very common these days. These guys are doing a lot better in England.
     
  5. Fireworks11
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    Fireworks11 Kaptaan

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    Let’s hope they can maintain this in the next few games also. Refreshing to see. Getting used to summer English pitches.
     
  6. Energy
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    Energy Cornered Tiger

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    Just as we were praising our boys, England batsmen have showed that this was a 400 wicket.
     
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    Fireworks11 Kaptaan

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    Choti choti khushya
     
  8. TaQvinaToR
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    TaQvinaToR Youngsta Beauty

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    Bakwas pitches , absolute rubbish. If this was India playing, they would've smashed couple records. I just hope they dont continue with these kinda one way pitch
     
  9. Munna
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    It doesn't matter if our bowling still can't defend those totals which are below par.
     
  10. Munna
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    Munna Moderator-e-Aala

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    The top 3-4 batsmen of England, India and Australia are all naturally aggressive and this is why they are favorites this time to win the world cup.
     
  11. MNA
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    MNA Smooth Operator

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    Those are not English pitches.
     

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