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Shaheen Shah Afridi Looks to Become an All-Rounder for Pakistan

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Pakistan’s fast-bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi is looking to help his team win matches with his batting skills. The 23-year-old cricketer, who has already made a name for himself in the bowling department, impressed everyone with his batting abilities in the recently concluded Pakistan Super League (PSL). He scored a total of 133 runs in eight innings at a strike rate of 168.35.

Shaheen Afridi Record
Shaheen Afridi Record

Shaheen has been working hard on his batting skills during the ongoing training camp in Lahore. He believes that his ability to contribute with the bat can help Pakistan win matches in all formats of the game. Shaheen said that he had an interest in batting since his U19 days but never gave it a chance. However, that has changed recently as he did a lot of batting practice during his rehab.

Pakistan will take on New Zealand in a five-match ODI series and a five-match T20I series, starting on April 14. Shaheen is hoping to make an impact with the bat in both formats of the game.

Pakistan’s head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has praised Shaheen’s efforts and said that the team management is backing him to become a better all-rounder. Misbah said that Shaheen’s dedication to improving his batting skills is admirable and that he is showing a lot of promise with the bat.

Pace at Its Finest: Naseem, Shaheen, and Haris on Fire
Pace at Its Finest: Naseem, Shaheen, and Haris on Fire

Shaheen’s commitment to becoming a better all-rounder is a positive sign for Pakistan cricket. The team has struggled in recent times and needs its players to step up and contribute in all departments of the game. Shaheen’s emergence as a genuine all-rounder can only help Pakistan’s cause.

It will be interesting to see how Shaheen performs with the bat in the upcoming series against New Zealand. If he can continue his good form with the bat, it will give Pakistan an added advantage in what is expected to be a closely contested series.

Shaheen Shah Afridi’s dedication to improving his batting skills is admirable. The fast-bowlers emergence as a genuine all-rounder can only help Pakistan’s cause in the upcoming series against New Zealand. If he can continue his good form with the bat, it will give Pakistan an added advantage in what is expected to be a closely contested series.

Pace at Its Finest: Naseem, Shaheen, and Haris on Fire
Pace at Its Finest: Naseem, Shaheen, and Haris on Fire
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