Tait will be with the Pakistan team for 12 months and is enjoying his time with the Pakistan pace battery
Pakistan bowling coach Shaun Tait is satisfied with the bowlers' performance in the ongoing Test between Pakistan and Australia.
The third Test of the Benaud-Qadir Trophy is underway at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The hosts managed to bag five wickets on Day One on a track where bowlers had to put hard yards while Australia scored 232 runs.
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"As a bowling group, we picked up five wickets and kept the economy rate in control in good batting conditions, which is pretty good," Tait said before the start of Day Two.
Tait will be with the Pakistan team for 12 months and is enjoying his time with the Pakistan pace battery.
The former Australian pacer also revealed that he is learning a lot from the star fast bowler of Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi.
"Shaheen is a great bowler and asks a lot of questions. so far, I have enjoyed my time with him, and I actually learned a lot from him," Tait added.
He was impressed with young pacer Naseem Shah and the way he bowled on day one of the third Test.
"He is very mature and skillful for his age. He showed that yesterday by getting both conventional and reverse swing. He got some crucial wickets at the end of the day, and hopefully, he gets more wickets in the morning session today." Tait stated.
Shaun Tait also spoke about the Pakistan team's plans for day two against Australia.
"First 45 minutes are crucial. If the fast bowlers put all their effort and get few wickets in the first hour, that will favor us for the days to come in this Test match." Tait concluded.
Shaun Tait is very happy with his bowlers, and has his eyes on the first session on Day 2. #BoysReadyHain l #PAKvAUS pic.twitter.com/X0BrRrDlxj— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) March 22, 2022