Pakistan hopeful Imran Butt: ‘I consider myself a 50-over and four-day specialist’

Imran Butt sees himself as a 50-over and four-day specialist Balochistan Pakistan cricket

Imran Butt: “At this point given my performances, I consider myself a 50-over and four-day specialist”

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Balochistan opener and Pakistan hopeful Imran Butt has said that he considers himself “a 50-over and four-day specialist”.

The 23-year-old is the highest run-scorer in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy with 934 runs in nine matches for Balochistan, which included four centuries and three fifties, at an average of 62.26.

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Since Imran feels that since his performances in Twenty20 cricket haven’t been that good so far, he doesn’t see himself as a specialist in the shortest format.

Imran has featured in 10 Twenty20 games and scored 69 runs at an average of 13.80.

“At this point given my performances, I consider myself a 50-over and four-day specialist. My performances in Twenty20s are not that great at the moment, so I will hold my judgement on that format for now,” he told PakPassion.

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