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Former Pakistan batsman Yasir Hameed has told Faheem Ashraf not to waste this chance to stamp his authority and become the national team’s go-to all-rounder.
This comes after Faheem has done extremely well in the ongoing tour of New Zealand.
The 26-year-old started off by taking four wickets in the three-match T20 series at an average of 14.25 and an economy rate of 5.51.
He followed that up with a career-best knock of 91 runs in the first Test, which came off 134 balls and included 15 boundaries and a six. Faheem also took one wicket during the match, which Pakistan lost by 101 runs.
With the talented all-rounder having proven his worth thus far, Yasir urged him not to stop and to keep shining in the second Test, which gets underway on Sunday in Christchurch.
Here is the chance for faheem Ashraf to stamp his presence as a genuine all rounder
— Yasir Abdul Hameed (@Yasir_HameedQ) December 28, 2020
“Here is the chance for Faheem Ashraf to stamp his presence as a genuine all-rounder,” Yasir said on Twitter.