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Former Australia batsman and Islamabad United head coach Dean Jones is confident that Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Sami has what it takes to break back into the national team.
Sami is currently representing Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and has fared really well as he is the sixth-highest wicket-taker with 12 victims at an average of 21.66.
Furthermore, with Sami clocking speeds of over 140km/h on a consistent basis, Jones feels that an international comeback could be on the cards for the 37-year-old, who last played for Pakistan in March 2016.
“Sami still has a chance, believe it or not, to do something for Pakistan in the future and I honestly believe that,” Jones was quoted as saying by CricTracker. “He always plays well for us. I understand what Sami is like. He is an amazing athlete who can bowl 140-145 at this age.”