The ongoing edition of the Pakistan Cup is proving to be a run feast as the curators have produced flat decks which are aiding the batters to play freely. This has provided exultation to many participants as they lauded the quality of the wickets.
After Awais Zia and Sami Aslam, the latest man to admire the good work of curators is veteran Pakistani paceman Umar Gul. The 34-year old cricketer feels that such pitches are the need of the hour as cricket across the globe is now played on true batting surfaces.
Pinpointing the challenges the green tracks of first-class cricket provides, the Peshawar born cricketer added that the easy batting wickets are good for both batters and bowlers. While bowling crop of the country gets tested with narrow margins, batsmen get an opportunity to learn the art of playing big innings.
Furthermore, the death overs specialist shared that he isn’t bemused by his absence from the