Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Hafeez ready to play Test cricket

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

15th Jun, 2020. 09:21 pm
Wahab Riaz, Muhammad Hafeez

Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Hafeez, two senior players of the national cricket team who have retired from Test cricket, have agreed to play Test cricket in England.

Fast bowler Wahab Riaz said in a video link conference that Pakistan team needs me so I have decided to play Test cricket again.

Wahab Riaz said that it is unfortunate not to be a part of the central contract, but my desire is to play for Pakistan, that is enough for me. As a professional cricketer, we should all be ready for any situation.

He said that young players have to be supported, this tour is not easy for them.

All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez said in a video link conference that more players are going for this tour as there will be no replacement in it, if the team needs me to play Test cricket, I’ll.

Muhammad Hafeez said that he will not play cricket or quit at the request of anyone. I will be available to the team as much as possible.

He further said that there are ups and downs in my professional life, I have been in and out many times, I always work with patience.

The all-rounder said that playing cricket for Pakistan is his first priority. If I get a chance, I will try to take advantage of it.

Mohammad Hafeez said that I want to send a bouquet for those who think that I am not good for the team. I started cricket from a small town, played cricket for 17 years, I want the end of my career to be good.

“My life’s desire is to play the World Cup and win the title,” he said.

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