Maybe we need to eat more protein to hit sixes: Imam-ul-Haq


CHENNAI: Imam-ul-Haq, the opening batsman of the Pakistan cricket team, has said that when he performed well, the Pakistani team has won 90 percent of the matches. The team will get back on track by winning the match against Afghanistan.

While giving a pre-match press conference in Chennai, the national cricketer said that the two matches in Chennai are important for us. Cricket is a team game, not only the batsman but the bowlers also play an important role. In the previous matches, we had a good start and then faltered later, but we have confidence in our abilities.

Imam-ul-Haq said that not only our bowlers are getting hit, runs are being scored against everyone. Shaheen Afridi bowled well in the match against Australia. During the tournament we are only positive, not thinking about the negative side.

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The national cricketer said that he believes that Pakistani players are not able to play big innings and the team has not played well in the last two matches. Trying hard to follow the plan, the team management is giving confidence to the players. All the preparations have been done, now all that is left to do is to fine-tune.

During the press conference, the journalist asked why the top order of the Pakistani team has failed to hit sixes so far. To which Imam-ul-Haq replied that ‘maybe we need to eat more protein instead of more carbohydrates.’

Imam-ul-Haq said, “In the beginning, if we give a careful and strong start, it can be 350.” Hitting fours and sixes is more important than how we are playing as a team. We have analysed what mistakes were made, tomorrow you will see a better team.

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