Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Rashid Latif expressed disappointment on inclusion of Mohammad Haris.© Twitter
Proper-handed batterhad made his ODI debut for Pakistan within the first sport of the three-match sequence in opposition to West Indies. The batter didn’t get an opportunity to bat within the sport. Nevertheless, former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Rashid Latif has expressed his disappointment at giving Haris a go within the middle-order for ODI sequence on the again of his T20 kind as an opener. He cited the instance of ‘s press convention the place the Pakistan skipper had mentioned can’t be performed as a middle-order batter as he’s an opener.
“Within the pre-match press convention, when requested about Shan Masood, Babar Azam had mentioned that he isn’t a middle-order batter, he is an opener. However the subsequent day, Haris will get into the middle-order on the premise of his T20 performances. I did not prefer it. I truly felt unhealthy,” Latif.
“Everyone seems to be concerned in it. When a workforce is chosen, the committee makes the taking part in XI first, which implies Haris already received into the XI. I do not get it. I’ve seen Haseebullah performing so nicely for Balochistan, he retains as nicely. He had two centuries in Below-19 (2022 U-19 World Cup). Do Balochistan gamers not have the correct to play?” he requested.
Additional citing the instance of Shan Masood, Latif mentioned: “On one hand, you are saying that Shan Masood cannot play within the center order. Alternatively, you’ve a batter, who carried out as an opener in PSL within the middle-order. How do you justify that?”
Mohammad Haris has to this point performed 14 T20s and 21 Listing-A matches.
The fitting-handed batter has performed 4 first-class video games, scoring 75 runs.
Pakistan had defeated West Indies by 5 wickets within the first ODI, owing to a 103-run knock by skipper Babar Azam. Haris didn’t get an opportunity to bat within the match.
Within the 2nd ODI, he might rating simply 6 earlier than being caught behind off.
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