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Lewis Hamilton reaffirms his class, Ferrari's flawed tyre strategy and other talking points. As a team that plays four club fixtures in three months back home, Hong Kong's meek submission to Pakistan was hardly a surprise. Saqlain Mushtaq on the need to consider Mohammad Amir's needs and the back-up options available to Pakistan should he opt to rest. Pakistan fast bowler Usman Khan talks about the 31st over of the Hong Kong innings during which he took three wickets.
Deep Dasgupta and Saqlain Mushtaq on how Usman bowled and whether Aamir should be rested for next match. Deep Dasgupta and Saqlain Mushtaq on how Hong Kong's lack of experience at the highest level cost them.
Sune Luus, meanwhile, scored 58 and took the key wicket of Deandra Dottin. Like George Bailey five years ago, Finch has won his spot primarily for his leadership skills and white-ball form.
Can he make it count in the UAE? They broke a sequence of ten successive ODI losses against India, winning with one ball to spare in a high-scoring game.