Indian team’s young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is currently away from cricket. He was seriously injured in an accident late last year. So he has not played cricket for almost 6 months. However, he has earned worldwide fame for his batting. Pant’s batting style is admired by legends all over the world. Meanwhile, Pakistan team’s young player Mohammad Harris has also commented on Pant. He has said that he wants to play in all three formats of cricket like Pant.
Pakistan’s young player Mohammad Haris (Mohammad Haris) is currently known as a player in limited overs cricket. Apart from batting right-handed, Harris is also adept at bowling and wicketkeeping. He has played 5 ODIs and 9 T20 Internationals for Pakistan so far. Harris doesn’t want to be known as just a limited overs cricketer. He wants to play all three types of cricket for Pakistan. For that, he is taking lessons to bat boldly at the crease.
Speaking to the media, the 22-year-old Harris said, “I need more courage as a batsman. I am working hard for this. I can hit fours and sixes, but I also want to include singles and doubles in my game. I am trying to improve the ground shot for that.”
Expressing his desire to play in all three forms of cricket, he gave examples of Rishabh Pant and former Australian player Adam Gilchrist. He said, “I don’t want to be just a T20 cricket type of batsman. I want to play all three formats for Pakistan. I bat fast, that doesn’t mean I’m only fit for T20. Players like Rishabh Pant and Gilchrist have batted at this pace and achieved success in all forms of the game.”
Harris has scored 126 runs at an average of 14 and a strike rate of 127 in 9 T20 Internationals for Pakistan. He has a record of 27 runs in four innings in 5 ODIs. (pakistans wicketkeeper batsman mohammad haris on Rishabh Pant Style said this read)
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