KARACHI: Pakistan’s quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi Tuesday vowed to repeat the heroic efficiency on the ultimate day to win the second Test in opposition to West Indies.
Shaheen Shah Afridi took a career-best 6 for 51 that helped Pakistan bowl West Indies out for 150 within the first innings, handing Pakistan a lead of 152 runs earlier than the vacationers declared their second innings on 176/6, giving the West Indies a goal of 329 runs to win the second Test.
Giving the credit score to his group, the left-arm pacer mentioned getting the West Indies out for 150 runs was a group effort.
He mentioned, “Thanks to Allah, we were able to bowl West Indies out earlier,” he said. “Credit to all the team members as it was a team effort that we managed to restrict the West Indies in the second innings. We will try again to repeat the same bowling performance and bowl them out on the final day and win the Test.”
“Partnership in bowling is as important as partnership in batting. When you put pressure on batsmen from both ends, then taking wickets becomes easier. Mohammad Abbas and Faheem Ashraf backed me a lot.”
He maintained mentioned that he and his teammates will repeat the identical present and kind stable and deadly bowling partnerships to place strain on the West Indies batsmen on the ultimate day of the Jamaica Test.
“The last day is important for us, we will continue to put pressure on the home team from both ends and get them out as soon as possible,” the quick bowler mentioned.
The 21-year-old bowler from Khyber Agency added that it was a “feel-good” second for him to take career-best figures in opposition to the West Indies.
“It is a proud feeling, to take a 5-fer is always a feel-good moment. You’re always happy when you do something for your country,” he mentioned.
“I dedicate this performance to my family who have always been praying for my success and been supportive of my efforts,” the younger bowler concluded.