Pakistan’s opening batsman, Imam-ul-Haq, said that the “evil eye” should not hurt Pakistan’s fast bowling attack, which includes Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah, and Haris Rauf.
Imam afraid to discuss Pakistani fast bowlers
We should talk less about the fast bowlers in Pakistan. In an exclusive interview with Geo News on Sunday, Imam said, “I’m afraid they might get hurt by an evil eye.”
“I tell our bowlers that our lives could change if they keep playing like this for the next two months.
“We’re lucky that we only have to face our bowlers in the nets when everyone else is making plans to beat them.
He also talked about the big match against India later today, which everyone is looking forward to.
“People pay close attention to Pakistan-India events. “This match is a little bit different from others,” he said.
“Players like these games because they give them a chance to become famous. If you do well in this match or help your team win, people will remember you for a long time.
“It’s good for us to play India twice before the World Cup. Through these matches, we’ll be able to see India’s bowling strengths and flaws.
The rest of the matches in the Super 4 round of the Asia Cup 2023 will be played in Colombo, Sri Lanka. However, heavy rains are likely to ruin the future games.
Sunday’s match between India and Pakistan is also expected to be rained out.
The Weather Channel says that there will be rains every day in Colombo until September 17.
If the Asia Cup 2023 final on September 17 is also rained out, the prize will be shared.Pakistan’s opening batsman, Imam-ul-Haq, said that the “evil eye” should not affect Pakistan’s fast bowling attack, which includes Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah, and Haris Rauf.