Tait attributes this success to winning the toss on a favorable wicket, multiple injuries to Pakistan's premier fast bowlers, and unhelpful pitches
Former Pakistan fast bowling coach Shaun Tait believes the Rawalpindi Test match between Pakistan and England was the ideal situation for the visitors.
Despite the home team's aggressive approach, England dominated the match, with four of their batters scoring hundreds on the first day, leading to a 3-0 series win.
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"It was certainly eye-opening for a lot of people. We knew the way England were going to approach it. We've seen the way they've been playing in recent times. They obviously stepped it up a little bit," said Tait in an interview with Cricinfo.
"It started from the first Test. They got the rub of the green. England winning the toss on a wicket where they could certainly play their shots helped. We ended up with a couple of injuries.
"The first Test was a perfect storm for England. The momentum just continued from there. It's been a tough series, but I think there have been moments when Pakistan has certainly stepped up and had a crack. There have been times when we've moved the game forward, more so than maybe in the past. It just goes a little bit unnoticed," he said.
Tait attributes this success to winning the toss on a favorable wicket, multiple injuries to Pakistan's premier fast bowlers, and unhelpful pitches.
He also expressed his desire for different pitches in future matches but acknowledged he doesn't have any input.
"I don't have any input whatsoever. I would like to see different pitches, and I'm not the only one, but I'm not saying I should have any say in that," said Tait.
"We didn't have the attack that people thought we may have gone in with. We lost Haris [Rauf]. We lost Naseem [Shah]. Shaheen [Shah Afridi] was out injured. He added that the team looks a little different to what it did maybe nine months ago," he added.