Trying to replicate my form in 2020, Pakistan batsman whose hot streak has cooled down says

Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez said he is trying to replicate his form from 2020

Pakistan power-hitter Mohammad Hafeez: “I am working harder on my batting and am trying to regain last year’s form”

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Pakistan big-hitter Mohammad Hafeez said he is trying to work harder on his batting in order to replicate the form he was in last year.

Hafeez ended 2020 as the highest run-scorer in T20 Internationals with 415 runs in 10 games, which includes four fifties, at an average of 83 and a strike-rate of 152.57.

In the T20 series against England, he scored 35 runs in three matches at an average of 11.66.

He followed that up with six runs in the T20 series against the West Indies, where he only batted in one match as the other three were abandoned due to heavy rain.

Most recently, he captained the Muzzaffarabad Tigers in the Kashmir Premier League (KPL) and scored 190 runs in seven matches, which included a top score of 110, at an average of 27.14 and a strike-rate of 155.73.

“I am working harder on my batting and am trying to regain last year’s form,” Hafeez told Cricket Pakistan.

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