It’s tough to score runs against him, Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali says about New Zealand seamer who can swing the ball both ways

Azhar Ali said it is tough to score runs against Kyle Jamieson

Azhar Ali: “Kyle is quite tall and bowling good lines and swinging the ball both ways. It was fun and also it was tough”

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Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali has heaped praise on New Zealand pace bowler Kyle Jamieson, saying it is tough to score runs against him.

Jamieson has been in outstanding form throughout New Zealand’s home summer as he has taken plenty of wickets.

Prior to the ongoing Pakistan series, the 26-year-old scored 71 runs in two Tests against the West Indies, which included a top score of 51 not out at an average of 71.

He also took 11 wickets at an average of 13.09.

As for the Pakistan series, he has accumulated 62 runs in two Tests, which includes the ongoing second Test in Christchurch, at an average of 62.

He has also picked up 11 wickets at an average of 12.72.

“Kyle is quite tall and bowling good lines and swinging the ball both ways. It was fun and also it was tough,” Azhar was quoted as saying by Cricket Pakistan.

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