Cricket World Cup

How Babar batted against the Kiwis is pleasing, Omar Gul

How Babar batted against the Kiwis is pleasing, bowling coach Omar Gul. Umar Gul, the fast bowling coach of the national cricket team, has said on the defeat in the first T20 match against New Zealand that it was a mistake to drop the catches, if the catches had been made, the result would have been different, it was the first match of the series, let’s sit and discuss it. will

New Zealand defeated Pakistan by 46 runs in the first match of the 5 T20 series against Pakistan.

New Zealand gave Pakistan a target of 227 runs to win, in response the green shirts were bundled out for 180 runs.

After the match, the fast bowling coach of the national cricket team, Omar Gul, while holding a press conference in Auckland, said that this ground has a history and the target of more than 200 runs have been achieved here.

Umargul said that Saeem Ayub started well but unfortunately, he got run out, awareness of the game is very important on these pitches, Mohammad Hafeez also pointed out that running around the pitch is the key.

He said that we got a good start but we also needed a long partnership, if more than 200 runs are required then one or two big partnerships are needed.

Umargul said that Abbas Afridi was told before the match and during the match to use the hard length, and also told him to bowl with variety.

He further said that because of fielding, the outcome of the match had a lot of impact, dropping catches was expensive, if catches were made, the result would have been different, it was the first match of the series, so we will sit and discuss it.

Talking about Babar Azam, Umar Gul said that Babar Azam is our top player, one of the best batsmen in the world, he was not out of form, sometimes luck does not support him, and they were expecting big innings from him. Unfortunately, it was not possible, but the way Babar batted today and the strike rate was pleasing.

It should be noted that Babar Azam played an innings of 57 runs off 35 balls against New Zealand.

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