India will be rejuvenated for Pak match: Wasim Akram

India will be rejuvenated for Pak match: Wasim Akram

Mumbai : India | Sep 29, 2012 at 5:57 AM PDT
Source: Indian Express
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He is close to 140 kmph, runs in hard and bowls a good line with a clever slower ball. Zaheer Khan must be feeling the heat with a nothing-special spell against the Aussies," he said. India were hammered by Australia in their opening Super Eight match and will be up against Pakistan tomorrow in... FULL ARTICLE AT Indian Express
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