Shaun Tait, the Pakistani men’s team’s bowling coordinator, expressed his admiration for Naseem Shah’s development.
In Pakistan, excellent pacers can be discovered almost every day. The Pakistan team administration has not been hesitant to give teenagers a go at the senior level despite their youth. Naseem Shah is a member of the team. So in 2019, the 19-year-old bowler participated in his first Test match. He left a lasting impression at the most recent Asia Cup. He had a solid batting performance in addition to his bowling. Shaun Tait, who oversees bowling for Pakistan’s men’s squad, expressed his admiration for Shah’s development.
“There are a few inherent skills among Pakistani fast bowlers. Though they have a lot of flair and inventiveness, they choose simplicity. That’s already become ingrained in these young players, according to Shaun Tait, who was quoted by Cricket Pakistan.
“In some ways, he reminds me of the cricketer I was when I was younger. He emits an independent attitude. However, I lacked their intelligence. So you’ve all probably observed that he has a natural talent for and liking for the new ball.
As a result, he stated, in reference to Haris Rauf’s development and consistency, “The only thing we’ve been talking about together is the consistency, which I think was demonstrated at the Asia Cup.
The only thing we discussed was the need for him to bowl with greater consistency to make it difficult for the batting opponent. He has the right pace, swing, aggression, and other traits. These are merely the fundamentals, but Shaun Tait continued, “but we practiced, talked extensively about his death bowling, and worked on it as well.”
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