Mohammad Irfan, a pace bowler for Pakistan, has spoken out about his thoughts on the ongoing dispute between India and Pakistan about travel to each country. He suggested that the two teams play against one other and that the players should stay out of politics. He also suggested that the two teams compete against each other.
The left-arm pacer who is playing in the T10 league for Northern Warriors remarked that players should be kept away from politics and that rumours surrounding the topic should not be entertained. He also stated that players should not get involved in the debate.
“It’s not the first time I’ve mentioned it. Politics should not be spoken in the presence of players. Playing matches between the two countries should take place with Pakistan travelling to India and India travelling to Pakistan.
The affection shared by people from both nations grows stronger as a result. Cricket and politics have no place in each other’s worlds. Do not follow remarks to the effect that Pakistan will not visit India; rather, allow the Board to make that decision “remarked the timer.
The lanky pacer discussed the Indian bowlers and voiced his admiration for the BCCI’s decision to support young players who are capable of bowling at an express pace of 140 or faster.
“In order to be successful, you need more than 140 bowlers. It’s going to be difficult to keep up that pace. Bowlers require a well-thought-out food plan and constant guidance from their instructors.
They have bowlers who have been brought in who are quick. Both Umran and Arshdeep need to be prepared for future leadership roles in Indian bowling “remarked the pacer using their left arm.
Irfan also discussed his thoughts on playing in the 10-over format and noted that the system requires bowlers to be accurate and to challenge themselves. Irfan also gave his views on the format.
“Bowlers are going to have a difficult time. The bowlers need to improve their accuracy when it comes to their lines and their lengths. It offers the audience a greater variety of entertainment “Irfan was brought up.
While discussing the current batting lineup for Pakistan, he stated that the squad is in good hands with players such as Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, and Iftikhar Ahmed.
According to the pacer, “Babar Azam, Rizwan, and Iftikhar have filled that gap” after a period in which Pakistani cricket did not create good batters. “Pakistan cricket had a time in which they did not see them produce good batters.”
In addition to that, he discussed the highlights of the Twenty20 World Cup that had just finished up in Australia and expressed his thoughts on the competition.
“Virat Kohli displayed his best form throughout the World Cup. There was a lot of excitement surrounding a potential final between India and Pakistan, but Pakistan ended up losing to India. They staged a comeback to reach the championship game, playing quite well overall in the process “remarked Irfan.