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Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman firmly believes that he doesn’t have any issues with his technique when it comes to his batting.
Zaman failed to have a major impact for Pakistan at the World Cup as he accumulated 186 runs in eight matches, which included a fifty, at an average of 23.25.
Zaman is currently playing for Glamorgan in the 2019 Vitality Blast, which is England’s domestic Twenty20 tournament, and has amassed 99 runs in seven matches, which includes a half-century, at an average of 16.50 and a strike-rate of 93.39.
Despite his struggles, Zaman insisted that his technique doesn’t need to be tweaked at all.
“A cricketer is always looking to improve his game, regardless of the format he is playing or what stage of his career he’s at,” he told PakPassion. “What I am looking to do at this stage of the tournament is to play a longer inning as I feel that not doing that is affecting my success rate for the team.
“I don’t think I have any issues with my technique and the ball is coming on nicely to the bat for me. I just need to take more time at the wicket as that I am sure will help me put bigger scores for the team.”