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Azhar Ali says that the problem in Australia is not Batting, but Bowling

Azhar Ali says that the problem in Australia is not Batting, but Bowling

Former Captain of the Pakistan:

Azhar Ali, the former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, says that the problem in Australia is not batting, but bowling.

In an interview with Private News in Karachi Pakistan, Azhar Ali said that it has been a long time since Pakistani bowlers in Australia have not been able to take 20 wickets in a match.
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Azhar Ali said that:

Azhar Ali said that you can’t go there and score 600 runs, you can score 400 or 450, but after that, if you don’t get Australia out, then you will be stuck in the second innings.

To a question, the former captain said that the Pakistan team can still make a comeback in the series, but the bowlers have to shoulder the responsibility.
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Regarding the Perth Test, Azhar Ali:

Regarding the Perth Test, Azhar Ali said that either Faheem Ashraf or Salman Ali Agha should have played in Perth and another specialist bowler should have been in the team instead.

He said that in Perth, the Pakistan team was bowled out for 89, but by that time the wicket had become quite difficult and there was a lot of uneven bounce. In such a situation, it was not unexpected for the Pakistani batting to falter in front of the Australian attack.

President’s Trophy:

Azhar Ali currently participates in the President’s Trophy, where he scored a century representing the SNGPL on Monday, the 49th first-class century of his career.

50th Century:

Azhar said he is also keen on a 50th century but does not intend to take back retirement.

He said that he always wanted to leave cricket on a good note, and may have left 3, or 4 matches earlier, but when the players started coming, he thought the opportunity was right.

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