Pakistan cricket team’s all-rounder Imad Wasim recalled his struggling days while playing first-class cricket for over 10 years.
While sharing his story with former Test cricketer Wasim Akram on a show, Imad said that he has developed himself while playing first-class cricket. According to him, his major focus remained on polishing his skills and technique.
“I developed myself. I had to look up on different techniques and worked really hard to make myself competent for international cricket while playing first-class cricket,” highlighted Imad, who made his first-class debut in 2007.
He praised his teammate and fast bowler Mohammad Amir, who was alongside him on the show, and said that he is filled with natural capabilities.
“I captained Amir in Pakistan U19 team and I know how strength full he is. On different occasions during my captaincy, he showed immense confidence like if we had faced difficulties to get any batsman out so he came forward with confidence to get the job done for us,” he said.
It is pertinent to mention here that Imad has so far represented Pakistan in 53 ODIs and 38 T20Is. He also captains Karachi Kings in Pakistan Super League (PSL).