PAKISTAN TOUR OF ENGLAND, 2020 by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on ShareTweet Waqar is confident that his bowlers have “plenty of gas left in the tank © Getty That Pakistan arrived in England with a very talented fast-bowling contingent was never in doubt. What, however, did raise eyebrows was their overall lack of experience, not only in English conditions but in Test cricket in general. Mohammad Abbas impressed on Pakistan’s last tour of England but even his experience, combined with Naseem Shah and Shaheen Afridi’s, add up to only 33 Tests. Contrast this to England who have their all-rounder Chris Woakes alone play 36 Test matches. Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis admitted that the Manchester defeat was “a bitter pill to swallow” and a “little bit shocking” but added that his “inexperienced” bowling attack will learn to close games over time. “They are inexperienced, we can see that. And we don’t have a choice,” Waqar said on the eve of the second Test in Southampton. “But unless they play, they can’t gain experience. We have to wait and be patient. Both Shaheen and Naseem are very talented. They are the ones who set up the last Test by bowling… Read full this story
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