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Former Australia pace bowler Shaun Tait sees big things in Quetta Gladiators seamer Mohammad Hasnain’s future, especially considering how he has performed in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Tait’s comments come after Hasnain took figures of 2-28 off his four overs, which included a maiden over, to help the Gladiators defeat the Peshawar Zalmi by 10 runs and qualify for the PSL final.
The 18-year-old has now taken nine wickets in six games at an average of 20.11 in the PSL.
Tait admitted that he was concerned how Hasnain would fare in the qualifier, but conceded that he was highly impressed with how the youngster dealt with the pressure.
“I was a bit concerned as to how Hasnain will bowl and will he step up on a big stage when there was a lot of pressure on him, but he took two wickets for 28 and I was really impressed with him,” Tait was quoted as saying by Saj Sadiq on Twitter. “Hasnain is certainly a name for the future for Pakistan.”