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Discussion in 'Cricket Talk' started by Del, May 31, 2018.
When this Aamir Brohi can swing the ball then why cant Amir and co?
The guy has no control. A lot of work is needed.
Amir is a lost cause now. Pace is down. No swing. Dead bowler.
There is no pacer which will be 100% ready to play at national level. However, you pick player based on potential. Keep on playing Amir and Junaid and they will get you nowhere.
At least this guy can swing it. Should have been called to NCA and by now should be playing in grade 2.
cant see the big deal here, most bowlers can swing the ball in low 70s, plus look at the flags in the background, strong breeze helping him along. the fact that pakistani fans are getting excited over basically a league cricket level bowler says everything tho, lol.
It’s not difficult, make sure your wrist is behind the ball, your follow through moves in the direction in which the ball will swing and the seam of the ball should be upright, at higher pace you can see why it’s much more difficult to swing the ball.
@Del even Kohli swings the ball, bad batsman making this guy look good.
Naseem Shah looks like one to keep an eye on,that's if he can remain injury free.
I like the look of nasim shah.
This swing bowler aamir is certainly getting some swing. If this is not a one off and pace is decent, then there’s something to work with. Hate the ajit agarkar type action tho
Naseem Shah is a genuine talent. Or at least was. Not sure how he will turn out after his injury.
Batting wise I want to see Saud Shakeel, just to see what the hype is all about.
Not really a fan of anyone other youngster rn
Nasim is injured man, our bad luck I guess, young bowler could completely mess him up, coaches may also change his action, getting good swing and pace, if he can pitch the ball slightly full then we have ourselves a Shane Bond.
There are few video's of him on first page of this thread.
Yes that's the one.Looks to be able to move it both ways as well,which is impressive at his age.Just hope he is able to alter his action, so it's less stressful on his body while maintaining the pace.
When I say I wanna see them I mean in intl matches or at least in PSL lol
Dont think Saud, Saad, Zeeshan or others are PSL type players. Best bet is to follow more "A" games, and if something is broadcast then there you go!
If they wanna be ODI players they have to be PSL type players.
We have enough Imam ul Haqs and Babar Azams
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Indeed, he's able to move both ways, which is like a fresh breath of air. But seems like he is facing some injury issues.
So apparently Waqar & Misbah pushed for Akif Javed to be included in National T20 Cup tournament and he has been performing well (so far).
What is he’s pace like? Hard to tell from those videos.
I think its in mid or early 130's. However, he can move the ball and bring it back to right handers.
Some decent talented cricketers just putting their hand up and performing. That's a good sign. Just don't know why Sohail Tanvir, Imran Farhat, Umar Gul are taking up spots supposed to be for youngsters.
Dadu's 17-year-old Aamir Ali, left-arm spinner.