Pakistani middle-order batsman Haris Sohail is going through a torrid time in Australia. In the three innings of the practice games, he scored only 24 runs. Nevertheless, the think tank decided to rely on his prowess for the Brisbane Test – a decision which didn’t fetch them anything fruitful.
With a series of failures, it is likely to see Pakistan dropping the left-hander for the next game of the series. However, former Pakistan coach believes that the management needs to understand the importance of Haris for a track like Adelaide which won’t offer that much bounce.
The 51-year old highlighted the sub-continental nature of the Adelaide wicket and called Haris a key player for that game. In addition to this, he also backed Imam-ul-Haq to come back into the team as he highlighted the opening batsma as a technically sound and mentally strong player. Mickey, and ardent fan of the green team, wants Pakistan to put their best game forward and record history by beating Australian unit in the Adelaide Test, which is going to commence from November 29.