The bowling coordinator for the Pakistani men’s team, Shaun Tait, acknowledged his praise for Naseem Shah’s growth.
Great pacers can be found in Pakistan nearly on a daily basis. Despite their youth, the Pakistan team administration has not been hesitant to offer teenagers a go at the senior level. The team includes Naseem Shah. The 19-year-old bowler took part in his debut Test match in 2019. During the recent Asia Cup, he made a lasting impression. In addition to his bowling, he also had a strong batting performance. The bowling coordinator for Pakistan’s men’s team, Shaun Tait, expressed his admiration for Shah’s growth.
“Pakistani fast bowlers have a few intrinsic skills. They have a lot of creativity and flair, but they prefer to keep things simple. These young men have already internalized that, according to Shaun Tait, as quoted by Cricket Pakistan.
“He makes me think of the cricketer I was when I was younger in some ways. He exudes an attitude of independence. I didn’t have their intelligence, though. He has a natural skill for and affinity with the new ball, as you have all surely noticed.
So he said of Haris Rauf’s growth and consistency, “The only thing we’ve been talking about together is the consistency I think that showed at the Asia Cup, that’s all.
He has the appropriate pace, swing, aggression, and other qualities; the only thing we talked about was the necessity for him to bowl with more consistency to make it difficult for the batting opponent. These are only basic things, but we practiced, talked extensively about his death bowling, and worked on it as well, added Shaun Tait.
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