Playing Australia has never been easy and when it comes to battling against them in their own backyard, the job becomes even more difficult. Pakistan has historically been a poor performer down under, but the upcoming two-game Test series presents them an opportunity to change history by beating a top class side like Australia.
Ahead of the red-ball cricketing action, Pakistan’s former coach Mickey Arthur has jumped into action by sharing a piece of advice for the boys in green. The 51-year old urged the green team to have an attacking mindset and look to score rather than defend. He added that the best way to counter a team like Australia is to play positively.
Ex Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur in action
Naming key players like Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq and Babar Azam, the Johannesburg born highlighted the strength among Pakistani batting ranks. Moreover, he didn’t shy away from sharing that his heart still beats with Pakistan and would want them to beat Kangaroos in the Test series, which is to get underway from November 21 in Brisbane.