Saqlain Mushtaq’s appointment as head coach greatly benefited our spinners: Shadab Khan

Saqlain Mushtaq’s appointment as head coach greatly benefited our spinners: Shadab Khan. Working with Mushtaq had such a profound psychological effect on Khan that he “began believing I am the best bowler in the world.”

Shadab Khan, the top all-rounder for Pakistan, attributes his success in international cricket to Saqlain Mushtaq, the famous star off-spinner. Khan, 24, who is presently the vice-captain of the Pakistan cricket team, claimed that Mushtaq has taught him and Mohammad Nawaz a lot.

Shadab is now traveling with the Pakistani team as they play two Test series in Sri Lanka. On July 16, the first Test is slated to begin at the Galle International Stadium. Khan has played for Men in Green since his debut in 2017, and since then, he has developed into an all-rounder in all game types. The leg spinner is also the first Pakistani cricketer (of males) to record 100 T20I wickets.

“In 2021, I was out of shape. I made the decision not to attend CPL that year. To collaborate with him for a week, I traveled to the National High-Performance Centre. Working with him had such a profound psychological effect that I began to think of myself as the world’s best bowler, said Shadab in an interview with Cricbuzz.

“The week prior, I was utterly disorganize and lacking in confidence. Then, when he took over as head coach, it greatly benefited our spinners. He taught me and Nawaz a lot of tactical and technical things, he continued.

It’s interesting to note that this year the famous leg spinner wed Mushtaq’s daughter. In the UK’s T20 Vitality, the great all-rounder recently suffered a neck injury. He was hurt while playing for Sussex County Cricket Club after colliding with another member of his team.

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Shadab Khan wants to play well in the Test series between Sri Lanka and Pakistan

The opening day of the first Test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan is schedule for July 16 in Galle. The second match is scheduled for July 24 in Colombo (SSC). In the new World Test Championship (WTC) cycle, the two Test matches will include. The Pakistani team will be aiming to win the Test series because they last triumph in a Test match against Bangladesh in 2021, and Shadab Khan will be hoping to make his performance in the series count.

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