Pakistan’s out-of-favour opening batsman Khurram Manzoor has emphasized his commitment to keep on knocking on the doors of the national side by hefty run-scoring sprees in the domestic circuit. Representing Sindh in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, he accumulated yet another century displaying his sublime stroke play in the clash against Balochistan.
He highlighted his priority to get on top of the highest run-scorers’ chart which would eventually pave the way for breaking into the team. “I am determined to keep on performing. My duty is to show my strength and I do in every season. I hope one day I will get a chance,” Manzoor told reporters.
Manzoor also praised the new domestic system which contains six regions and the use of Kookaburra balls that makes the contest between bat and ball more even. “See, cricket is played on such flat surfaces all around the world. And as far as Kookaburra ball is concerned so it will help our bowlers become potent for international level,” he said.