Pakistan’s middle order batsman Haris Sohail has often been criticized for being on the slower side of things, with his compact approach considered outdated in the modern game. He reacted to these concerns recently by remarking his commitment to playing aggressive cricket in England and Wales.
The 30-year-old played a fantastic innings in the one-off T20I against England, showcasing versatility in his stroke play. Batting with a more open stance, the left-hander used the crease to create width and routinely smacked the bowlers to the boundary line.
Haris smashed 5 fours and a six in his quick-fire knock that saw him bring up his maiden T20I fifty in just 31 balls. Flourishing in the helpful batting conditions, Haris’ aggressive prowess shows that he fits the piece for Pakistan’s World Cup squad.