Mushtaq Ahmed, the previous Pakistani leggie and spin bowling expert of Team Pakistan has been idealistic about the test vocation of Yasir Shah and expects that Yasir will resuscitate his test profession separated of the disappointments he has looked in the test matches of Adelaide and Gabba.
The 33-year-old leg spinner did well with the bat however, as a bowler, he neglected to show his methods on the field through his specific professionalism, returning only for four wickets in 80.4 overs crosswise over two Tests in Australia.
In any case, Mushtaq has still kept expectations alive from Yasir and says that,
“Yasir would soon rediscover his magic as a wrist-spinner“.
“He is not applying himself properly, and with a leg-spinner you always have to be patient,”
“He has forgotten the process he used to follow while running in to bowl each ball. He has been impatient to regain his form as quickly as possible, and trying too hard to take wickets. He is pushing himself to live up to the expectations, and it is unfair that people suddenly started to doubt him, and he isn’t getting a lot of support either.”
Yasir, despite the fact that is Pakistan’s fourth most noteworthy wicket taker with regards to Test matches. The Pakistani spinner specialist stressed on his announcements by saying that a player ought not be made a decision by his exhibition in just a solitary match and you can not simply compose Yasir off. Indeed, there are harsh fixes in everybody’s life, except you don’t abandon your best cricketers.
“We shouldn’t doubt our best bowler, who has taken 200-plus wickets for his country,” said Mushtaq Ahmed, who himself bagged 346 international wickets for Pakistan in a career spanning more than a decade.
For the consequences of his presentation at Australia’s visit, Yasir has not been remembered for the playing XI for the progressing Rawalpindi Test against Sri Lanka. He will rejoin the group in front of the second test that will be held in Karachi. He is at present working with Mushtaq at National Cricket Academy, Lahore.
“He has been winning games for us, and you cannot just write him off on the basis of what he has done in Australia. Sometimes, it’s about form, and sometime it’s about pitches that aren’t really helping you, but a good bowler remains a good player.” He added.