Pakistan’s White Ball Vice Captain Syed Khan says that playing Test cricket is the most exciting thing he has ever done. On Saturday night, when he was talking on Twitter Spaces, he said these things. Shadab wants to get back into Pakistan’s Test team, but he says that he “cannot secure a berth” there right now. Shadab said that he can’t read or write when he was thinking about his childhood. He said that because he wasn’t interested in school, he would have been a worker if he hadn’t become a cricketer. Read out the complete details about Steve Smith comparison is incorrect, says Shadab Khan down below.
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Shadab said that the Green Shirts are not under any pressure to beat India in the T20 World Cup, which starts on October 23 in Australia. He also said that having played in the Big Bash League will help him do better at the T20 World Cup. Even though the ball doesn’t spin much in Australia, he plans to trick batters by making it bounce. Shadab could tell that he didn’t like people who tried to get fame for themselves. He said that football players shouldn’t get caught up in trying to reach their own goals. He also praised the Afghan leg-spinner Rashid Khan. With him he had the pleasure of playing this year in the Pakistan Super League. When they were talking about captains, Shadab said that Sarfaraz Ahmed was one of the most fun players he had ever played with.
“I never thought of personal records nor scoring centuries. A player would become selfish if he starts making targets on personal goals rather than the requirements of the team.”
“Rashid Khan of Afghanistan and Wanindu Hasaranga of Sri Lanka are my favourite leg spinners. Rashid Khan is such a talented leg spinner. He possesses the ability to take 24 wickets on 24 balls in a T20 spell. It is very difficult to pick the ball in the hands of Rashid Khan.”
“Sarfaraz was an active captain on the field. Whereas Babar Azam does not depict his emotions much and stays calm. He said that Babar got under pressure in his early phase of captaincy but he is well settled now.