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Northern head coach Mohammad Wasim has admitted that it’s a treat to watch Pakistan batsman Hussain Talat play.
This comes after Talat scored a career-best 253 for Southern Punjab in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
The 24-year-old’s knock of 253 came off 310 balls and included 33 boundaries and six sixes, which put Southern Punjab in a dominant position over Northern at the end of the second day.
Despite being the opposition’s head coach, Wasim conceded that Talat’s innings was nothing short of brilliant.
— Muhammad Wasim (@MuhammadWasim77) October 26, 2020
“It was a treat! Well played Hussain Talat,” the 43-year-old said on Twitter.