Rashid Latif Reveals Haider Ali’s Hidden Expertise


Former captain, Rashid Latif, believes top-order batsman, Haider Ali, must be part of the nationwide workforce in all three codecs, including that Pakistan workforce administration is misusing him by labeling him a T20 specialist.

Latif talked concerning the proficient participant within the common TV present, Sport On Hai, the place he was joined by the previous quick bowler, Shoaib Akhtar, famend cricket journalist Dr. Nauman Niaz, and the Chief Selector of Pakistan nationwide workforce, Mohammad Wasim.


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Latif stated that Haider must be an everyday within the nationwide facet in all three codecs and questioned Wasim on why Haider was not chosen within the Check squad for the tour of Zimbabwe.

He stated that Haider has been a constant first-class performer and was a part of the Northern squad, coached by Mohammad Wasim himself. Latif stated that Haider must be within the squad forward of the likes of Abdullah Shafique, Imran Butt, and Salman Ali Agha.

Latif was additionally of the view that Shan Masood and Usman Salahuddin deserve a spot within the squad forward of Imran Butt and Abdullah Shafique. He stated that constant first-class performers have been ignored in favor of much less proficient performers.


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Mohammad Wasim replied that Haider is part of their plans, however the choice committee feels that he wants to enhance his batting within the longer format to be thought of for choice.

The 20-year previous batsman has performed eight first-class matches, scoring 652 runs at a mean of 46.57. He made his method into worldwide cricket in white-ball cricket on the again of spectacular performances in home cricket, PSL 5, and U19 circket. He’s extremely regarded within the cricketing fraternity and has been hailed as the subsequent massive factor in Pakistan cricket.



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