ICC World Twenty20: Saqlain Mushtaq's presence in Windies camp gives jitters to Pakistan

In an ICC World Twenty20  match that could decide which team will advance to the semifinal, Saqlain Mushtaq helping West Indies' spinners has made Pakistan players and coach Moin Khan nervous.

updated: March 30, 2014 14:21 IST
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Karachi: The presence of former Pakistan spinner, Saqlain Mushtaq in the West Indies camp has made the Pakistan management and players uneasy ahead of a clash between the two teams in the ICC World T20 which is expected to decide the semifinals line up. (ICC World Twenty20 points table)

Saqlain, 37, who took 208 Test and 288 one-day wickets for Pakistan has been working with the West Indies board as spin consultant and is with the West Indies team in Bangladesh. His role has so far got praise from West Indian spinners, Samuel Badree and Sunil Narine.

And in return, Saqlain who has also worked with the Bangladesh and New Zealand teams has described Badree and Narine as world class operators.

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