Shoaib Malik, 39, is still on the mend and the veteran wrestler of Pakistan has praised his long-term international career for his fitness and fitness. Malik has been playing international cricket since before the birth of some of his teammates last century, but he is still considered one of the best players in the current Pakistani team.
Malik, who won his fifth consecutive T-20 World Cup title, once again showed his 54th place in 54th place in the Scottish 72 run. The tournament’s fastest half-century joint venture was against India’s KL Rahul’s 18-ball 50, which saw Scotland beat Scotland by 117 to six and 189 to four.
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“… To be honest, when I look in the mirror, I say I’m worried about my self-worth, and most of all, I still love playing cricket, and it’s helpful for the end of the game. Day to the team, “Malik said in a post-match press conference.” I think you have to train every day if you want to stay healthy, and that’s what I’m doing.
“I’m not sure if I will play for another year or two. I’m in a very important situation right now and I don’t think about it at all. ” “We’ve really seen Australia, it’s like they were playing. They have been playing very good cricket. So do we. But it will definitely be a challenge for both teams, ”said Malik after scoring his first half-century goal at the ICC after the 2009 Champions League.
“It’s another game, and then I think the other sticks planned and took it as another game. “… We have a few days before the semi-games, so I’m sure the management will sit down. Our team is going to sit down and they will definitely talk and make plans for the film,” he said.
Although Malik is not a member of Pakistan’s first 15-team squad for the T20 World Cup, he has been ruled out of action due to a back injury. I was playing in the Caribbean Premier League when they introduced the first team, and my name was not there. I really felt bad. I was devastated.
“But I’ve seen a lot of teams that don’t have my name, so if you’re not a member of the World Cup team, then it hurts. Malik finished first in the Caribbean Premier League with an average of 7.44 per 10 innings for Guyana and Amazon fighters.
But as a professional cricketer or as a professional athlete, your goal is to talk to yourself and somehow get over that frustration. I had the opportunity to play in the Caribbean Premier League and then I came back and played domestic competition because I still enjoy going on the ground and that’s what keeps me going. Malik added: “The atmosphere in the dressing room as a whole is very good, and we have to keep up the good work.