Young pacer Ihsanullah, according to Multan Sultans bowling coach Mushtaq Ahmed, is prepared for the Pakistani squad. A pacer doesn’t require much domestic cricket experience before transitioning to international cricket, according to Mushtaq, who was speaking to the media after Sultans’ last Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 8 match last Sunday in Karachi.
Ihsanullah is ready for the international Debut
The former Test cricketer said, “I don’t believe it would be early to bring Ihsanullah into the Pakistan squad.” “Before playing international cricket, a fast bowler doesn’t require a lot of experience in domestic cricket. Waqar Younis and Wasim Akram are two instances of players who didn’t play a lot of domestic cricket before making their international debut. And they succeeded “Added he.
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Mushtaq used the example of how a spinner and batsman need to play more domestic cricket to further illustrate his thesis. “It is more crucial for a spinner or even a batsman to play domestic cricket than it is for a pacer. because it takes skill to get five wickets and score 100. A spinner must work much harder than a pacer to take five wickets. First-class cricket is played session after session, giving you time to develop your skills “He said.
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Mushtaq thinks a successful pacer may be attributed to a strong skipper. “A pacer doesn’t need a lot of expertise. He only needs a strong captain who plays him to his strength and cares about his conditioning “Finally, he said. Ihsanullah now holds the record for most wickets in PSL 8 with 14 wickets. The 20-year-old bowler’s speed dazzled the PSL spectators.
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