Psllivecricket t20 world cup 2022 PAK vs ENG: "He Should Not Be Playing Tests Because He Is Not That Trained" – Aaqib Javed Makes – Cricket Addictor

PAK vs ENG: "He Should Not Be Playing Tests Because He Is Not That Trained" – Aaqib Javed Makes – Cricket Addictor

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Following the defeat in Rawalpindi, Pakistan will face Pakistan in the second test of the three-match series on Friday, December 9, at Multan Cricket Stadium. The hosts are trailing the series 0-1 and suffered a huge blow ahead of the second Test when bowler Haris Rauf was ruled out for the remainder of the series.
The speedster suffered a Grade 2 strain in his right quad when he rolled over the ball during a fielding in Rawalpindi Test.
Haris had played consistently for Pakistan in white-ball cricket before making his Test debut, last week. The 29-year-old grabbed his maiden Test wicket, by dismissing Zak Crawley. He bowled 13 overs in the first innings, taking 1/78, but didn’t play after the first day due to a quadriceps strain.
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Former Pakistan pacer Aqib Javed has made a bold claim about the injured bowler, saying the 29-year-old is not yet ready to play Test cricket. Aqib believes that the national team should bring in more bowlers and play those who are fit to play in the longer format.
“To make a comeback, Pakistan will have to play bowlers. Once they get a hold of a bowler, be in T20Is, ODIs or Tests – uska bedha gark karke saans lete hain (they don’t rest unless it is ruined). Haris should not be playing Tests because he is not that trained.
“Play bowlers who can play Test matches, who play First-Class cricket and pick wickets regularly. There is Mir Hamza – play such bowlers who can bowl for long periods and know where and how to bowl. And increase the number of bowlers,” Aaqib said in an interview.
Pakistan conceded 657 runs in the first innings, with England scoring a Test record of 506 runs on the first day. The hosts bowled better in the second innings, but it was not enough to prevent a 74-run defeat. Aqib believes that Pakistan’s stubbornness against playing specialist players should change if they want to level the series in Multan.
“You can’t have part-timers operate from one end, who can stop the scoring, right? If you get wickets, only then will you get respite. Otherwise, they (England) will score at a brisk pace.
“Their mindset is to score at a run-a-ball. Keep a strike rate of 100. If they get out in the process, for them it doesn’t make a difference. And that is the difference. They bat at a strike rate of 100 or 135. How can there be a match?,” said the former Pakistan pacer.
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