Australian top-order batsman Usman Khawaja has been struggling to score big ever since the start of the Ashes even though he had a fairly decent run in the recently concluded ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
The left-hander was given the additional responsibility of leading the Australia XI in the practice game against Derbyshire in which he finally managed to score a patient half-century. In an interview, Khawaja has said that he has been feeling quite good about his batting of late which is why he believes that a big score is not too far away.
“I actually feel really good batting. I just haven’t made any big runs lately, which is obviously frustrating for me and when you look at the team you’d like the top order to score big runs,” he added.