Pakistan’s left-arm opener Shan Masood has said that he will bat at any position for his country if given the opportunity.
Masood has been scoring big in the ongoing County Championship 2022 in England, where he has amassed 826 runs in just seven innings.
Shan may need to play down the order if his name is included shortly, given the success of the opening combination across all formats in the recently finished series with Australia.
Shan remarked that batting in any other position is not a problem for him because he has batted at number three in Tests and for the Multan Sultans.
“I am very flexible in such matters and as I said, there is no bigger honor than to have an opportunity to play for Pakistan. I have played as an opener in domestic cricket and played at the number 3 position in the PSL for Multan Sultans, and also came in at one-down when I played Tests during Mickey Arthur’s time as our Head Coach,” Shan told Pak.Passion.net.
“I am not bothered about batting at any specific position as I believe that players can fulfill different roles for the team if they are given an adequate amount of opportunity. If I am ever asked to play for Pakistan again, I will consider it an honor and not complain about what batting position I have to bat in,” he added.
Masood last played for Pakistan in New Zealand in January 2021. He was named to the squad to face Australia, but Imam-ul-Haq was chosen ahead of him.
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