Former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ramiz Raja has distinguished the public T20 side’s future opening pair after the Pakistan Super league (PSL) conflict between Peshawar Zalmi and Multan sultans.
Multan whipped Peshawar by 56 runs in an uneven conflict at the Multan Cricket stadium on Friday.
In a video on his authority YouTube channel, Ramiz Talks, he said: “Saim Ayub and Mohammad Haris played disastrous innings. See, these two have extraordinary potential, and I think these two are the future opening sets of Pakistan T20I side.”
Nonetheless, the previous cricketer likewise brought up that the pair ought to have been proceeded with their all around constructed innings to finish the run-pursue.
“However, subsequent to accomplishing the difficult work and setting the rhythm, getting out is a treachery to their own ability. Some way or another they fail to remember that you don’t play such innings for the display however you need to proceed with it and dominate the game for your side,” he said.
It should be noticed that Peshawar started off their PSL crusade with a triumph over Karachi kings in any case, in their second match on Friday, they experienced an enormous 56-run misfortune against Multan Rulers at the Multan Cricket Stadium. Saim Ayub and Mohammad Haris are the future openers for Pakistan in T20Is,” said Ramiz Raja.
Put to bat first, the home side posted a monstrous 211-run focus prior to limiting the Babar Azam-drove side to 154 runs in 18.2 overs, because of Rilee Rossouw’s rankling thump of 75 runs and eminent bowling of Usama Mir and Ihsanullah, who guaranteed three wickets each.
Raja additionally shed light on Peshawar’s crew, guaranteeing that the Yellow Tempest are lingering behind a result of their bowling.
“The narrative of the match was excruciating for Peshawar on the grounds that Multan sultans played perfect at their home, and an objective of 210 runs is challenging for any batting side. Peshawar Zalmi have issues as they don’t have an incredible bowling assault. Also, on the off chance that the bowling isn’t perfect, there is strain on the batting line-up,” he said.
“Their batting line-up did well in the initial six or seven overs yet when they lost three wickets, they lost their rhythm and control and consequently the match.
“The greater the room for mistakes will enormously affect Peshawar’s net run rate, which will make issues in the passing period. Assuming they keep similar bowling line-up, they should fortify their batting more.”
It is significant here that Peshawar Zalmi roped in Sri Lanka captain Dasun Shananka as a substitution for Sherfane Rutherford, who was governed out of the occasion subsequent to supporting a physical issue.
The all-rounder’s appearance will reinforce Peshawar’s both batting and bowling divisions.
Zalmi will next clash with Quetta Warriors at the Public Bank Cricket Field in Karachi on Monday, February 20.
Peshawar Zalmi’s refreshed crew:
Babar Azam, Dasun Shanaka, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Haris, Aamir Jamal, Salman Irshad, Shakib Al Hasan, Tom-Kohler Cadmore, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Rovman Powell, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Danish Aziz, Arshad Iqbal, Saim Ayub, Usman Qadir, Suifyan Muqeem, Haseeb Ullah, Jimmy Neesham, Khurram Shahzad, Haris Sohail, Richard Gleeson (incomplete trade for Rovman Powell), Peter Hatzoglou (halfway substitution for Mujeeb ur Rahman)