After playing for Gloucestershire County, pacer Naseem Shah stated, “30% of facilities are not in Pakistan.”
Pacer Naseem Shah claimed that Pakistan does not even have 30% of the amenities that are provided to club cricket players in England after his first stint playing county cricket.
So Pacer Naseem Shah claimed that Pakistan does not even have 30% of the amenities that are provided to club cricket players in England after his first stint playing county cricket. In the current County Championship and T20 Blast seasons, the 19-year-old played for Gloucestershire. But an injury ended up ending his season. The majority of players, according to Naseem, who is from Pakistan’s Lower Dir district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, come from areas where it is challenging to access adequate amenities.
“Since I played club matches as well, I had never seen facilities of this caliber. The field was excellent, with a lush outfield and quick pitches. They have a variety of facilities, and compared to what a regular cricketer receives here, I estimate that 30% of the facilities are not available to national cricketers in Pakistan. I am aware of how I first played cricket, in the mountains, and am now observing these kinds of amenities. The native English players are fortunate, “Naseem observed during a discussion on Pakistani cricket.
Shah added that, despite superior arrangements in large cities, his hometown lacked even a cricket field.
“Larger cities have amenities, but my hometown lacks a cricket field. These amenities, in my opinion, cannot be offered at home, but if there are few, more cricket players will emerge “Added he.
In three T20 Blast games, while playing for Gloucestershire, Naseem claimed five wickets.
Naseem participated in just one County Championship match, picking up one wicket against Northamptonshire.
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