Without a shadow of doubt, Pakistan is suffering from power-hitting issues ever since the retirements of belligerent cricketers like Shahid Afridi and Abdul Razzaq. Trying different available options like Umar Akmal, Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf and Khushdil Shah, the boys in green haven’t been able to muster the desired success.
Reviewing this conundrum, former Pakistan cricketer Abdul Razzaq has given his availability to hone the hard-hitting skills of the country’s batters. The 40-year old, who was one of the cleanest strikers of a cricket ball, also highlighted the significance of clearing the ropes in the modern day cricket as he wishes to see the green team producing capable power-hitters.
“If Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants my services, then I am fully available to produce aggressive hard-hitters for our national team. Recently, we heard Darren Sammy speaking about starting batting after watching me. If someone can learn only by watching me then I can also help the cricketers by coaching them,” said by the cricketer turned analyst as he opened up about Pakistan’s longstanding power-hitting issues.