Imran Khan Snr, who belongs to North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan, is a right-arm medium-fast bowler. The man has a long experience of serving Pakistan domestic cricket utter several appealing performances.
He made his Test debut at the age of 27 back in 2014 but has not got a longer Test career being a part on and off despite domestic consistency. The bowler is representing Multan Sultans in the ongoing season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 6) as a base bowler.
Imran was interviewed by one of our representatives where he addressed distinctive synopses. While discussing the downfall of MS in the initial matches, he uttered that the squad is contemplating making a comeback as they have annexed 2-3 new lads to overcome the foregoing blunders.
MS will be pondered promptly as we have added 1-2 new lads. Everyone will be testifying the team in the top four shortly.
On being asked about his vast expertise in the death overs, he added sarcastically defining his years-old experience,
Death bowling is a skill but Old is Gold
Notably, he has been a part of various domestic tournaments to deal with the imperfections. Consequently, Imran is one of the pro bowlers of the death overs. He added that bowling in death is not onerous as bowling in a circle. Hence, he prefers to furnish something to his team contributing to the teamwork.
Upon answering the talent coming from the KPK squad, he said a number of names such as Arshad Iqbal, Mohammad Rizwan, and many more are notable. Acclaiming Rizwan, he illustrated his obdurate professional routine that is turning Rizwan into an extraordinary player.
In the next question, the interviewer asked about his experience with Misbah ul Haq and Younis Khan. Imran Khan Snr added that he had been playing with the two legends in their coaching and teammate roles. He continued,
Working under them, team Pakistan will be top-notched in 2-3 years.
Choosing a retired batsman that he would have loved to bowl, he picked the name of India’s Sachin Tendulkar. In the end, he gave a message to the youngsters saying,
They should follow their ideals to be successful. For example, they can idolize Babar Azam.