Fakhar Zaman Reveals The Reason Behind His Ouster

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While talking to media through a media link Pakistan’s left-handed opener Fakhar Zaman revealed the reason behind his ouster and hence, here is a look at what he had to say.

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Fakhar Zaman Admits His Fault

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Admitting his fault the hard-hitting opener said, “To be honest, I became overconfident. Even when I played domestic cricket, I always took my time. I’ll give credit to Mickey Arthur that he gave me the freedom. Because of that, I started played aggressively.

“You cannot start hitting the new ball from the start. My role will remain the same – to be an aggressive player at the top. But, if you see, I tried playing a scoop in the first over against Sri Lanka. What I am saying is, I won’t make those mistakes. I’ll try that our run rate is about 8 or 9. My aim will be to ensure I bat long so that it helps the team.”

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Doesn’t Want To Change His Technique

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While discussing his technique the 30 year old said, “I have come up with this technique only, so I don’t need to make a lot of changes. It is just some adjustments, like in the grip or a small change in the stance, I have made these small adjustments. At this level, if I change my technique, I won’t have a lot of time. I am very happy with it, and you will see very soon when you see me playing how the adjustments I have made are making a huge difference.”

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Fakhar Zaman Reveals His Future Plans

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While revealing his future plan Fakhar said, “My goal now is to gain my permanent spot back with my performance. Irrespective of whether I score 15-20 or a fifty or a century, I hope it helps Pakistan in that match. In a T20 you don’t plan much, but I hope to show the selectors that I belong to this level and that I can play for long for Pakistan.”