The 46-year-old was adamant that being in and out of form was part of the game
Pakistan’s legendary former batsman Mohammad Yousaf, in an interview with Cricket Pakistan, was unfazed by the lack of runs in Test cricket from skipper Babar Azam, in the recent past, while claiming that he will score in the next series.
The 46-year-old was adamant that being in and out of form was part of the game and that Babar Azam would bounce back in the next series.
“Sometimes it happens in cricket. When you are playing cricket on a regular basis, you get some innings where you don’t score a lot of runs. This does not mean that there is a problem. It is a part of the game. Being in and out of form is just part of it. His drills and practices are phenomenal so he will definitely score in the next series,” Yousaf said.
The legendary former batsman stated that Babar Azam had a very sound technique and was working hard towards bettering himself.
“There is no doubt about it. Babar Azam is technically very sound and is working hard. The practice he does is really hard which pays off on the ground. He scores a lot of runs and holds phenomenal rankings in each format of the sport. When you work hard on the abilities that Allah has granted you then you improve day by day. It can be seen by his cricket that how much he is improving over time,” he said.
“Mohammad Rizwan is another example of a player who is improving day by day. Bowling isn’t my domain but you can see that the bowlers are also on an upward trend. Whoever has talent and works hard then Allah helps them improve and rise up,” he concluded.