Warner reveals which two Pakistan bowlers have ‘bright futures’

David Warner believes Mohammad Hasnain and Muhammad Musa have bright futures ahead of them Australia Pakistan cricket

David Warner: “Musa and Hasnain have raw pace and they will learn a lot having Waqar Younis as [the] bowling coach. They have bright futures and looking ahead, hopefully down the line they will play some Test cricket”

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Australia opener David Warner believes that the Pakistan pace duo of Mohammad Hasnain and Muhammad Musa have “bright futures” ahead of them.

Hasnain, 19, has featured in four Twenty20 Internationals, where he has taken three wickets at an average of 45.66.

In the recently concluded three-match Twenty20 series against Australia, he went wicketless in the one game he played.

Hasnain has also featured in five ODIs and claimed five wickets at an average of 60.60.

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As for Musa, he made his international debut in the third Twenty20 International against Australia in Perth, where he conceded 39 runs off 3.5 overs.

Hasnain has not been included in the squad for the upcoming two-Test series, which will run from November 21 to December 3, but Musa has.

“Musa and Hasnain have raw pace and they will learn a lot having Waqar Younis as [the] bowling coach,” Warner was quoted as saying by cricketpakistan.com.pk. “They have bright futures and looking ahead, hopefully down the line they will play some Test cricket.”

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