‘Harry you are dangerous,’ why did Matthew Hayden give batsmen the example of Muhammad Haris?

After Pakistan’s dramatic run to the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, the team’s batting consultant Matthew Hayden is seen heaping praise on Mohammad Haris, Harry you are dangerous. Pakistan reached the semi-finals on Sunday after South Africa’s victory over the Netherlands and then Pakistan’s win over Bangladesh. This achievement was so dramatic that even the fans of the team were surprised.

Harry you are dangerous

After this win, batting consultant Matthew Hayden while talking to the Pakistani players in the dressing room said that no team in the T20 World Cup was expecting Pakistan to reach the semi-finals. They thought we got rid of them,” Hayden said, pointing to the other team. Now they can’t get rid of us because we are here now.’

Our batting was a bit cautious,” Matthew Hayden pointed to Mohammad Rizwan. But we are all behind you guys 100 percent and you should feel that trust and that strength behind you. He described new batsman Mohammad Haris as ‘dangerous’ in front of the entire team.

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The former Australian cricketer said ‘when you see the way Harry (Muhammad Haris) came back and played today. We are dangerous, boys we are dangerous. We should understand and appreciate this. Addressing Mohammad Haris, he said, “Harry, you are dangerous because you play with an open mind and Shaan Masood is also like that. Remember, Mohammad Haris went to Australia as a reserve player, but due to Fakhar Zaman’s injury, he was dropped against South Africa.

Mohammad Haris scored 28 off just 11 balls against South Africa and 31 off 18 balls against Bangladesh on Sunday. The batting consultant of the Pakistan team added that there will be no one in this world who would want to face us at this time.

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