‘Difficult To Stop Me,’ Says Spinner Abrar Ahmed Of His Chances Against England

Pakistan spin bowler Abrar Ahmed, who has been named to the national squad for the first time for the home Test series against England, has stated that he is “difficult to stop.”

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced the Test squad for the upcoming seven-match series against England on Monday, with some new faces in the lineup.

Ahmed is one of two new first-class cricket players. He stated that every cricketer dreams of playing Test cricket, and he cannot express how happy he is to be a part of the squad.

“My colleagues used to refer to me as a white ball expert, but I told them that if they let me enter red ball [cricket], it would be difficult to stop me,” he said.

He promised to perform in the same manner that he does in domestic cricket.

The young spin bowler shared his personal experience, claiming that after taking wickets in the first three to four games of this season, his teammates began predicting that he would be chosen for the national team. Sarfaraz Ahmed, a former captain of Pakistan, was also one among them, he continued.

He claimed that top selector Mohammad Wasim frequently asked him about his bowling, which made him realise that he would soon have his turn.

In seven games of the current Quaid-e-Azam series, Ahmed, who represents Sindh, has claimed 43 wickets. His season high for wickets is six for 61 runs, which is also his career high.

Although Ahmed is from Mansehra, Karachi is where he has always played cricket. He claimed that finger spin, which he also used when playing tape ball cricket, is his specialty, similar to that of Shaun Mendes and Mujeebur Rehman.

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