Pakistan pace bowler Junaid Khan: “I was performing but was not being given a proper chance”
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Pakistan speedster Junaid Khan said he was performing well, but was not given a proper chance by the selectors.
He noted that he used to represent the national team in all three formats, which took a toll of his body.
However, despite asking for rest, Junaid claimed that he was never given it.
“I used to be part of the national team in all three formats. I used to ask for rest but I wasn’t given rest,” he told Cricket Pakistan.
“Then came a time when I got in the bad books and was being ignored due to likes and dislikes. I was performing but was not being given a proper chance.”
Junaid last played international cricket in May 2019, but has been taking part in domestic cricket.
In the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, he took three wickets in two matches for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at an average of 49.
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