The 53-year-old said that his workload wanted to be managed successfully for the pacer to thrive in his profession
West Indies’ former legendary cricketer Ian Bishop, in a Tweet on Monday, highlighted the largest problem that Pakistan’s pacer Shaheen Shah may face throughout his profession.
The 53-year-old said that his workload wanted to be managed successfully for the pacer to thrive in his profession.
“Pakistan have a good one in Shaheen Shah Afridi. Management of his workload will be the biggest challenge in his career well done 6-51,” Bishop tweeted.
Pakistan have one in Shaheen Shah Afridi. Management of his workload would be the greatest problem in his profession properly performed 6-51.
— Ian Raphael Bishop (@irbishi) August 23, 2021
Shah took six wickets on the expense of 51 runs in the course of the first innings of West Indies within the second Test on the Sabina Park in Kingston.
The 21-year-old’s efforts helped Pakistan bundle out West Indies for simply 150 runs, giving the Men in Green a sensible probability of profitable the second Test and leveling the two-match Test sequence.
Pakistan might be hoping that the fast-bowler can replicate his gorgeous efficiency in the course of the second innings of the West Indies as properly.