Mohammad Nawaz says that PSL experience was fruitful
Karachi: Young and aspiring left arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz is looking to making his mark on international cricket in the upcoming series against England and Ireland.
The Quetta Gladiators player, which is a PSL franchise, said before leaving for British Isles that he has learned a lot from the PSL experience and wants to cement his place in the side and give his 100 percent whenever he is out there wearing the green shirt.
“I have learnt a lot from my PSL experience,” Nawaz, who took 13 wickets in 10 matches during the inaugural PSL edition, told DawnNews in an exclusive interview before departing to the British Isles.
“I want to cement my place in the team on the basis of profound performances and will give my 100 per cent whenever I am given an opportunity,” Nawaz said, adding, “I’ve the experience of playing in England. I have played league cricket for two years there and the recent tour has helped me to acclimatise to the those conditions.”
The youngster added that his aim is to bag the man of the match award in every match that he plays for Pakistan.
“My aim is to bag man-of-the-match awards whenever I play for Pakistan.”
Pakistan will play the first of two ODI matches against Ireland today and Nawaz is likely to make his ODI debut today.