LEEDS: Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed stated on Thursday that regardless that the workforce is performing as per expectations however it nonetheless has ‘quite a bit to study’.
Pakistan head into the second take a look at 1-Zero up, after beating England by 9 wickets within the first take a look at. The second take a look at is beginning on June 1 at Leeds.
“It’s signal that our workforce is performing as per expectations in all three departments. However we have now quite a bit to study even then and have to perform quite a bit,” the Pakistani skipper stated whereas chatting with journalists at Headingley.
Ahmed confirmed that middle-order batsman Usman Salahuddin has been chosen over opener Fakhar Zaman to exchange injured Babar Azam for the second take a look at.
Sarfaraz stated that the workforce practiced in an open discipline on Wednesday and kept away from issuing a touch upon the pitch situation.
Get real time update about this post categories directly on your device, subscribe now.