Within the past year or two, India’s young fast bowler Umran Malik has established himself as an extraordinary talent.
Umran has steadily established himself as an indispensable member of the Indian side in white-ball cricket thanks to the bewildering effect that his pace has had on a number of batsmen.
Aaqib Javed, a former Pakistani cricketer, delved into the analogies between the India pacer Umran and Pakistan’s Haris Rauf. There is no doubting that Umran has the capacity to regularly bowl faster than 150 kilometres per hour while playing the game. Javed is of the opinion that Malik is not “as trained and as fit” as Rauf, who represents Pakistan.
“Umran Malik does not have the same level of training and physical fitness as Haris Rauf. If you look at him in one-day internationals, during his first over he bowls at around 150 kilometres per hour, but by the seventh or eighth over, his speed has dropped to 138 kilometres per hour “In a video that was uploaded by Events & Happenings Sports, Aqib was seen saying the following.
“Bowling at a speed of 160 kilometres per hour is not a problem for me, but maintaining that speed throughout the match is extremely important.”
“The difference between you and the rest of the hitters is the same as it is between Kohli and the other players.”
According to Javed, the things that set Haris apart from the other people are his nutrition, his training, and his lifestyle.
“Haris follows a very strict regimen in terms of his nutrition, his workouts, and his whole lifestyle. There is not a single other Pakistani bowler that follows a diet similar to Haris’s that I have seen. Nobody other leads such a clean lifestyle as he does “he added.
When asked if it is feasible for Haris to score 158, 159, or 160 in the future, Javed responded that it is very likely.
Mohammed Shami and Umran Malik sat down for an interview together for a video that was shown on BCCI.TV after the completion of the second One-Day International match between India and New Zealand. Throughout the conversation, Shami encouraged Umran to have confidence in his abilities and see a bright future for himself.