Saturday Aug 10, 2019 | By: Web Desk
Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman may have been horribly out of form for Pakistan over the past year or so but he does not think that there is anything wrong with his batting technique.
Zaman, who has scored at an average of 29.34 for Pakistan over the last 26 ODIs players in the last one year or so, made those remarks in an interview with Pak Passion.
The left-handed batsman had a reputation of being one of the most devastating batsmen in world cricket but his stock plummeted significantly during the 2018-19 cricket season.
Experts have often pointed out that Zaman’s technique leaves a lot to be desired, but the player himself appears to be content with his craft.
“I don’t think I have any issues with my technique and the ball is coming on nicely to the bat for me,” said Zaman when asked by Pak Passion if he thinks he needs to make any changes to his game during the ongoing T20 Blast.
It is worth noting that while his compatriot Babar Azam is the leading scorer in T20 Blast, Zaman has continued his abysmal international form and scored just 84 runs for Glamorgan in five outings at an average of 16.8.
To read the full interview, visit the Pak Passion website.