Shaheen, Haris need to speed up, says Ramiz Raja

 Shaheen,Haris need to speed up,says Ramiz   Raja

Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf were admonished by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja for their play to Increase speed like 160kmph


Shaheen and Haris each took two wickets while contributing 63 and 65 runs in their respective 10 overs during the game.


Even though I can understand not exerting too much pace in the first 2-3 overs of a 10-over spell, I believe his pace could be improved overall.


It should be mentioned that Pakistan defeated New Zealand in the first ODI by five wickets thanks in large part to the outstanding century made by opener Fakhar Zaman.


Pakistan knocked down a target of 289 in 48.3 overs thanks to the left-hander's 117 struck off 114 balls—his eleventh ODI hundred—which included 13 boundaries and a six.


With the victory, Pakistan now leads the five-match series 2-0.


In addition to Will Young's 86, all-rounder Daryl Mitchell also reached a century, striking a stunning 113 off 115 balls to help New Zealand reach a difficult total of 288-7 in their 50 overs.


For the host team, Zaman was instrumental in getting Pakistan within 34 runs of victory before he was finally caught off a bad shot.


Ramiz Raja believes that for Rauf to be effective in T20 cricket, he requires good yorkers and pace modifications. But if Rauf wants to play better in ODIs, he needs to pick up the pace, in his opinion. This implies that Rauf's current velocity might not be adequate to trouble the batsmen in the longer duration of the game.


Shaheen Afridi has to increase his average pace, according to former PCB chairman Ramiz Raja. The current average speed for Shaheen Afridi is 136, which is thought to be quick. Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf in Ramiz Raja's opinion, has to speed up a bit when bowling forward.

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