Former Pakistan wicket-keeper Moin Khan spoke at size concerning variations between current gamers and his technology throughout a dialog with former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram.
Moin, one of many best wicket-keepers ever to play for Pakistan, said they used to idolise their predecessors and tried to attain their stage of performances, one thing which is lacking in as we speak’s technology.
“People come and tell us your generation had amazing players. My personal opinion is that we used to idolise great players who came before us,” Moin informed Akram in a video uploaded on BSport Pakistan’s YouTube channel.
“We tried to reach their standard and set the bar high for ourselves. Nowadays, players tend not to compare their performances against others. Maybe they are just playing for themselves, that could be one of the reasons. Also, there are lot of cricketers these days due to T20 cricket so consistency is a bit difficult for players these days,” he added.
Wasim too chipped in and revealed his intention was to surpass his hero Imran Khan’s data when he first got here into the crew.
“When I broke into the crew, my intention was to take extra wickets than Imran Khan. When you got here into the crew your mindset have to be to take extra catches and impact extra stumpings than your heroes, Akram stated.
“I used to idolise my heroes what they used to do. How many catches they had, how they used to play. How a lot onerous work I’ll have to put in to beat their mark. Inzamam-ul-Haq, my roommate, he was additionally the identical. He used to say ‘he has scored these many runs and now I will have to score more’,” Moin stated.