Pakistani Cricket Talent absolutely wasted

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Pakistani Cricket Talent absolutely wasted

February 19, 2006. U19 world cup final, between Pakistan and India in Colombo Sri Lanka.. Nobody ever heard this name Anwer Ali even after this great performance. May be our Cricket board did not notice him or this poor guy had no reference to come up in the National cricket team, but we all know that this awesome talent is wasted or neglected.



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