ICC World Cup 2019: We Have Selected A Three-Dimensional Squad – Inzamam-Ul-Haq
The World Cup selection has always been a tough time for the selectors across the boards, as it is such a critical time, where you need to look after every possible thing. The latest to announce the squad and facing the heat from the public is Inzamam-Ul-Haq, who announced the squad of Pakistan for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.
They relied their trust on the youngsters and named Sarfaraz Ahmed, as the skipper of the team. He led Pakistan to victory in the previous ICC event, Champions Trophy 2017. The major exclusion has been Mohammad Amir, who got a brilliant record in England.
Conditions play a critical role – Inzamam-Ul-Haq
Speaking of the selection, the Pakistan selector Inzamam Ul Haq quoted that they have gone with three-dimensional players. He believes the conditions in England are always the major factor in preparing a game plan.
He assumes that the current squad will give a wide range of options for the skipper to pick his playing XI. Inzamam strongly feels that the experienced batsmen covered with a mix of youth, which will be covered by the lethal bowling unit would help the team to seal the victory.
In England and Wales, conditions play a critical role. With this in mind, we have selected a three-dimensional side. It gives the captain a wide range of options of whatever game plan he chooses on a match day. We have experienced batters. They are backed up by bowlers with plenty of variety and variation to exploit any type of conditions,” Inzamam-ul-Haq said.
Variety in the bowling department:
Inzamam highlighted the variety in the bowling attack. He thinks it can help Pakistan get wickets on any kind of surface. He also named the likes of Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, who can bring balance to their side with their batting skills.
“In Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali. Faheem Ashraf, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Junaid Khan and Mohammad Hasnain. Pakistan has probably the most attacking and lethal bowling unit. It has variation and variety to take wickets and keep the opponents under pressure,” he added in a press meet.
All in all, as Inzamam-ul-Haq said, the squad looks decent enough to tackle any kind of opposition on their day. For now, Mohammad Amir is a backup bowler to the team, who can get into the squad if performed well against England in the bilateral series.
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