Pakistan’s senior batsman, Kamran Akmal has singled out four promising fast-bowlers who can go on to have a bright future with the Pakistan cricket team. He mentioned the names of Haris Rauf, Mohammad Ilyas, Ghulam Mudassar and Mohammad Hasnain to be the future bowling stars.
“The PSL and domestic circuit have been producing a top-class player for Pakistan for the last several years,” Akmal told The Nation. “Ghulam Mudassar, Mohammad Ilyas, Haris Rauf [and] Mohammad Hasnain are very good future prospects and they are bound to deliver for the country.”
Lahore Qalandars’ find, Haris Rauf finished the Pakistan Super League (PSL) with 11 wickets in ten games at an average of 24.27. In the Pakistan Cup, he picked 7 wickets in four matches playing for Balochistan.
Ilyas, who played for the Multan Sultans, picked up 9 wickets in eight matches at an average of 21.55, while Mudassar claimed six wickets in five games for the Quetta Gladiators at an average of 28.33.
Mohammad Hasnain has already debuted for Pakistan in ODIs against Australia in the recently concluded series in UAE and is also in contention for a spot in the World Cup squad.