Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman, who’s presently enjoying for Lahore Qalandars within the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 version, was requested in regards to the worldwide bowlers that he loves to bat against and among the many names, there was India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah. Zaman additionally took the names of England pacer Jofra Archer and skilled Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc. The left-handed batsman described it as a ‘different experience’ whereas dealing with these fast bowlers and in addition added that he likes to face spinners as most wickets are actually flat.
“All bowlers are good in international cricket. All of them are tough to face. I personally like Jofra Archer and Jasprit Bumrah. Mitchell Starc is another bowler that I enjoy facing. They are the kind of bowlers who are different from everyone else. When you face them, it is a different experience. I have enjoyed facing a lot of bowlers especially spinners because the wickets used in international cricket are very flat. The ball doesn’t turn too much because of that.” Zaman was quoted by Cricket Pakistan.
Earlier, former Pakistan pacer Shoaib AKhtar has lashed out Zaman for being reckless and for not placing his hand up and performing for his facet within the ongoing Pakistan Super League.
These feedback had been made after Zaman, who’s enjoying for the Lahore Qalandars, has struggled to hit any type within the competitors. The left-hander has scored 74 runs in three video games at a mean of 24.66 and a strike-charge of 125.42.
“The person who doesn’t have a brain is Fakhar Zaman. When you have one player [Chris Lynn] who is already playing fast, then Fakhar needs to understand that he can slow down a bit,” Akhtar mentioned in a YouTube video as quoted by Cricket Pakistan. “Chris Lynn will not be some Viv Richards. Lynn performs effectively the place there’s equal bounce like Australia. He is nice aggressive participant, however you want only one aggressive participant like that.
“Qalandars batting line-up is made up of comparable form of batsmen who simply believes in mindless hitting. You can play aggressively and take possibilities within the powerplay, however within the subsequent 14 overs you want to understand how to anchor the innings, take fast singles after which end effectively.”