Pakistan who largely pins their hopes on their fast bowlers to deliver the good has failed in doing so in the ongoing series against South Africa according to captain Sarfraz Ahmed. He has lashed out at his bowlers for their lackluster performance during the second Test defeat against South Africa in Cape Town.
In post-match conference, Sarfraz Ahmed has identified that there was a visible difference between the pace of bowlers from both sides which was instrumental in the visiting bowlers not getting many wickets.
"Our bowling was not up to the mark in this Test. If you see, our bowlers were at 128-129, an average speed of 130kph, while they (the South Africans) were bowling at 145kph. If there is lack of pace here, you will not get wickets," he said.
Pakistan’s skipper further went on to say that if you want to win Test matches in South Africa then your bowlers need to have pick 20 wickets otherwise there is no chance of winning.