‘My first-class record reflects I’m a good red-ball player’ Faheem Ashraf


Rawalpindi: All-rounder Faheem Ashraf revealed that his first-class record reflects that he is a better red-ball player compared to white-ball.

While talking in a virtual presser, the 27-year-old Faheem said that he focuses on both batting and bowling equally.

“Everybody thinks that I am a good white-ball (limited-overs) player but If you look into my first-class record, my performance in red-ball is better,” Faheem said.

“If you say that I was focusing on bowling before and not on batting, it is not the case. My focus on both the departments are equal,” he added.

Faheem has been red hot form in batting with scores of 91, 19, 48, 28, 64 in last three Tests, however, he has picked only three wickets.

Faheem affirmed that he will always play as a bowling all-rounder. “Since my debut, I’m playing as a bowling all-rounder and will continue to serve this role. I try to contribute and support bowlers when needed,” he added.

Faheem is confident of winning the second Test in Rawalpindi and clean sweep South Africa.

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