Imad Wasim, who represented Pakistan during U-19 World Cup 2006 and captained the team in the next U-19 world cup, is an important part of Pakistan’s limited-over squad since he made his international debut.
Imad Wasim is capable of bowling with the new ball during the powerplay overs and he is extremely handy against right-handed batsman. Moreover, he is a very useful bowlers to stop the flow of runs as he keeps it simple, keep it straight and depends on his arm delivery.
Moreover, he is more than a decent batsman down the order, who can play orthodox cricketing shots as well as can use the long handle to accelerate the scoring rate.
Players like him are any captain’s strength as they can perform different roles in different situations, they give the team much needed depth and balance.
Imad Wasim made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka at Colombo in July, 2015. He has taken 24 wickets in 21 matches with the best bowling figures of 5/14 against West Indies in the UAE.
The left-handed allrounder has the flare and the much needed X-Factor. He can make a difference for Pakistan during the Champions Trophy.