Lahore (Web Desk) National cricket team’s fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi reacted to the rumors about the decrease in bowling speed after the injury.
Shaheen Shah Afridi, the fast bowler of the national team who suffered an injury in the final of the T20 World Cup scheduled in Australia, said that taking wickets is more important than speed, I am trying to restore the bowling speed by increasing my skills. “According to him, he admitted that his bowling speed has decreased after the injury, but he has rehabilitated and returned to the team. By playing Pakistan Super League (PSL) and international cricket, I have regained my confidence, the more I play with time, the more I will improve.
Earlier, the former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Ramiz Raja, expressed his concern over the decline in Shaheen’s bowling speed during the recently concluded ODI series against New Zealand. Ramiz Raja said that Shaheen Afridi too. There is a need to bring some variation in his bowling so that he plays a more effective role on these pitches. Let’s say it’s a 10 over spell, then I can understand that 2, 3 overs aren’t putting much pace but they have to pick up the pace a bit.