KARACHI: Pakistan Disabled cricket team member, Matloob Qureshi is optimistic ahead of the T20 Tri-nation for disabled, pencilled in from July 8 in England.
Matloob while talking to the ARY News during the first day of a three-day training camp ahead of crucial England tour said that their team is topped up with quality and competitive players who can bring top-notch results for Pakistan.
“The team is gelled hence it is going to be a tough contest over there,” Matloob said.
The one-handed batsman, who made his debut back in 2009, said that the conditions there are bit tough but they have prepared themselves in that way.
He added that they have been provided with different strategies to do well in the series that includes hosts England and Bangladesh.
“The coaches have made best possible plans for us to compete strongly and hopefully results will go in our favour,”
On a question about playing with one hand is difficult or not, he replied that nothing is impossible in this World and achieving so much with one hand is a pleasure for him.
“It is always a surprise moment for the one who watches me playing for the very first time, but for me this is common,”
“Playing cricket was my dream and prior to that representing Pakistan on the International level,”
The 26-year-old who made his career’s maiden century against English in 2014 is looking forward to doing the same this time as well.
“I came up with flying colours against England and that was one of the best series ever in my cricketing career,”
Pakistan disabled team currently is taking part in a three-day training camp before they will leave for England to participate in T-20 Tri-nation series.