Prior this year in February, when the PCB sorted out Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) first release in Dubai and Sharjah, that was the situation.
A Rawalpindi-conceived left-arm universal crushed onto Shane Watson’s leg-stump in the eighth over of the principal diversion. Watson, gloating 307 global recreations, was left in chaos as he misconceived Mohammad Nawaz’s great length conveyance that sufficiently fixed to complete the Aussie’s innings.
The 22-year-old spinner went ahead to pick three more to give back the match figures of four for 13 at a bewildering economy of three runs for each over.
“I have learnt a great deal from my PSL experience,” Nawaz, who took 13 wickets in 10 matches at a normal of 18 amid the competition, told DawnNews in a selective meeting before withdrawing to the British Isles.
His good show with the bat and bowl amid the as of late finished up tri-country “A” group arrangement in England packed away him a spot for the up and coming One-Day Internationals against Ireland and England.
“I need to concrete my place in the group on the premise of significant exhibitions and will give my 100 for every penny at whatever point I am given an open door,” Nawaz said, including, “I’ve the experience of playing in England. I have played group cricket for a long time there and the late visit has helped me to adapt to the those conditions.”
Nawaz was drafted into the Asia Cup T20 squad on the premise of his stunning exhibitions amid PSL. In any case, he neglected to sack a wicket in the two matches he played against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Thinking back the competition in Bangladesh not long ago, Nawaz said, “I was not able perform in T20s however now I have been given a chance to play in ODIs. I began my cricket with a fantasy of playing for Pakistan and now I have achieved that level. Here I need to make due on the premise of my exhibitions.
“My point is to sack man-of-the-match grants at whatever point I play for Pakistan.”
Nawaz is not by any means the only left-arm standard to be chosen for the forthcoming 50-over challenges. He will compete Swansea-conceived Imad Wasim to secure a spot in the playing XI.
Nawaz, be that as it may, trusts that there is no opposition between the two as his exclusive rivalry is the resistance. “Whoever plays for us, I need him to perform.”
Being an all-rounder, Nawaz reveres Mohammad Hafeez and Shakib-ul-Hasan. He scored an important 55 underneath the request amid Pakistan ‘A’s’ visit diversion against Glamorgan.
“I am hoping to grab the open door with the bat at whatever point I get the opportunity to bat. I hope to demonstrate my capacities with the bat as well.”