Former South Africa all-rounder and present Afghanistan head coach Lance Klusener has given a huge compliment to the young spin attack of the nationwide staff. Afghanistan is blessed with a military of tweakers who’re identified for his or her means to fox the perfect of batsmen, and Klusener believes they’re the perfect on this planet in T20 cricket.
“Yeah, clearly – just with the variations. It is still a young team but they’re getting a lot of experience playing around the world. So that’s good for us. With Afghanistan not playing too much domestic cricket, it’s a good sign,” Klusener advised ESPNCricinfo when requested if the attack comprising Rashid Khan, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Mohammad Nabi, Qais Ahmad – is that this the perfect T20I spin attack going round.
Afghanistan has been making all the suitable noises in cricket’s shortest format and Klusener is proud of the progress in T20 internationals.
“It’s [T20 cricket] the focus for us. We are trying to play as much T20 as possible – there’s an Asia Cup, a World Cup, and another T20 World Cup after that. We have a very good attack that includes guys who are playing [domestic T20 leagues] around the world. Our challenge is to score enough runs,” he additional added.
Afghanistan not too long ago beat a full power West Indies staff and has been spectacular towards prime notch groups in worldwide cricket. Klusener believes these outcomes showcase the quantity of expertise which exists in Afghanistan.
“It just shows you how much talent is there. If we can just be a little more consistent and be a bit better at small things…My job is to get the best out of national players. I won’t be remembered for scouting in the leagues. I will be remembered for the games that I help Afghanistan win,” the previous Protea star added.
Klusener had a adorned profession as a participant for the South African nationwide staff, representing them in 49 Tests and 171 ODIs. He was the standout participant of the 1999 ICC World Cup. He although was concerned within the coronary heart breaking run out of Allan Donald within the semi-ultimate of the match, which resulted in a tie with Australia and South Africa failed to make it to the ultimate of the match.