Inzamam-Ul-Haq, chairman of the selection panel of Pakistan National Cricket Team sees the lack of quality batsmen in the country. He is unhappy as Pakistan Super League failed to produce some match-winners for his country. Several young players are playing in this league, but he is unable to find any batsman, who can become the next big thing for Pakistan.
The ongoing second edition of PSL is giving some good talents like all-rounder Shadab Khan and batsman Hussain Talat, who plays for Islamabad United and Fakhar Zaman of Lahore Qalandars. But Inzamam feels the league has witnessed the lack of quality batsmen.
However, the former skipper wants match-winner in his national side, which can finish the matches in their favor. He said to BBC Urdu “Our batsmen are able to post good scores but are not able to close the match on a winning note, and need to work on it because the national team requires match winners.”
Mohammad Nawaz was the emerging player of previous PSL edition and he made his international debut in Asia Cup 2016. Inzamam says that he is yet to spot any such talent from this current season.