Pakistan’s first-class bowler Tabish Khan said that he tries to focus on his performance instead of thinking about his selection in the national team.
Khan, who made the first-class debut in 2002, recently completed 550 wickets in four-day cricket. While talking to the media in Karachi during Quaid-e-Azam Trophy fixture, the 34-years-old cricket said that he is happy for what he has achieved so far with his bowling.
“I am happy to mark yet another achievement by taking 550 wickets in first-class cricket. See, my job is to perform and rest depends on the people in the cricket board. I always knock the doors of PCB by performance and I will only keep on doing that,” the pacer of Sindh team said.
It is pertinent to mention here that Khan hasn’t got a chance so far in the national team despite having good bowling figures in domestic cricket.