Misbah ul Haq, the head coach of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has mentioned in his statements that hint at the return of Pakistan’s three leading players; Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim Mohammad Hafeez.
The coach says these players must return before the World Cup that is to take place in India in a few months. Shadab, Imad, Hafeez being the pro players and spinning techniques will help out the green men to conquer.
Also, India’s pitches that require a lot of training to play well on the spin before stepping in will need trained Pakistani cricketers to take on the World Cup.
PCB to take a big decision on Hafeez, Shadab, Imad
“Batsmen are having difficulty in playing spin bowling. The World Cup is to be played in India so they have to bat well against spin. We will work on that,”
“There is still time left for the T20 World Cup and we will play a lot of matches in the meantime. The team did not have players like Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim, and Muhammad Hafeez who will have to return, as well.”
Opening up on Pak vs SA T20I series, the coach added that we had beat South Africa, not a 12th ranked team. Misbah added that although the guests do not possess world-class players, they were the best among their country fellow.
Notably, Pakistan first played a two-match Test series against the visitors and whitewashed them, winning the two matches. Later, Gadaffi Stadium Lahore witnessed a three-match T20I series granting victories to the hosts in the first and the final T20I.
“How many series have we won against South Africa before? It is true that the South African team did not have big players but after them, these were the best T20 players in their country,”
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