The ongoing edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is unleashing a plethora of entertainment as closely fought contests are successfully augmenting the fame of the tournament. Even in the recent contest of the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots against Trinbago Knight Riders, more than 400 runs were scored before super-over ultimately declaring Patriots as the winners.
The journey, however, for Patriots hasn’t been ideal, but they did well in the last few games to get into a reasonable position. Nevertheless, a major setback for them is the form of Pakistani veteran Mohammad Hafeez who is going through a torrid time in the West Indian T20 frenzy.
Playing 5 games for St Kitts and Nevis, the 38-year old cricketer has been able to amass only 77 runs. Apart from possessing a shoddy strike-rate of 86.51, Hafeez is averaging only 15.40 with bat. Moreover, his bowling form hasn’t been ideal as he claimed 1 wicket at 78 with a bowling economy close to 9. Knowing the importance of the forthcoming games, it is imperative for the skillful all-rounder to reacquire his batting form.