Pakistani opener Fakhar Zaman’s poor form isn’t a secret as he sits close to being thrown out of the national team after repetitive failures. While he scored few runs in the Sri Lanka ODIs, but Fakhar’s overall form in the white-ball cricket hasn’t been satisfactory.
Recently, the aggressive batsman admitted his failures as he has no plans to make any excuses. However, the 29-year old believes that his failures in Australia taught him few lessons. Moreover, he is adamant to improve his batting and reacquire his batting mojo.
For this reason, Fakhar is currently participating in the prestigious Quaid-e-Azam tournament. He is also hopeful of recording a series of healthy batting outings and thus book a place in the green team for the next year’s T20 World Cup.
“I have been playing poorly and going through a rough patch. I won’t make any excuses and I’m only looking to fix my batting issues. I intent to regain my form and that is why I have been playing the four-day matches in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy,” said by Mardan born as he promised to come back strongly.