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Former Pakistan captain Aamer Sohail believes that batsman Haris Sohail “has a technical issue which needs to be sorted out”.
Aamer’s comments come after Haris struggled during the recently concluded two-Test series against Sri Lanka.
The 30-year-old only scored nine runs at an average of nine, but claimed two wickets at an average of 16.50.
Despite this, Aamer insisted that he feels Haris is a “fine player”.
“Whilst his current form may not support this, I feel that Haris is a fine player and I have no doubt about that at all,” Aamer wrote in his blog for PakPassion. “Every player goes through rough patches and Haris is no different. I do feel that he has a technical issue which needs to be sorted out and I hope that Misbah-ul-Haq will [point] that out and pass on that information to Haris, and ask him to overcome that weakness which he has developed and which is resulting him losing his wicket to soft-dismissals.
“The technical issue is fairly obvious and someone like Misbah should have the knowledge of how to resolve such an issue, given the role he has within the PCB.”