In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood writes about his views on Pakistan's recent tour of South Africa, the reasons behind the lack of express fast-bowlers in the Pakistan line-up, progress of Hasan Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi as fast-bowlers and Pakistan's chances in the 2019 World Cup.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood explains the reasons for his side’s dismal display in the recently concluded Asia Cup tournament, his high hopes for a bright future for Shaheen Shah Afridi, explains why he thinks an international break will help Mohammad Amir and looks forward to a tough and competitive Test series against Australia.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Pakistan's bowling coach Azhar Mahmood writes about his impressions of Pakistan’s performances during the recently concluded tour of Zimbabwe, Fakhar Zaman’s work-ethic and courage, Faheem Ashraf’s hunger to improve himself with every game, the selfless attitude of the younger players, reasons for the exclusion of Mohammad Hafeez from the ODI side in Zimbabwe, Virat Kohli’s excellence in batting and Sam Curran’s potential as a good fast-bowling all-rounder for England.
In his latest exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, the Pakistan and Karachi Kings bowling coach Azhar Mahmood writes about his overall assessment of Karachi Kings performance at the Pakistan Super League, the inconsistent bowling effort by Usman Khan Shinwari, Mohammad Amir's intentions to play less Test cricket, the excitement of international cricket returning to Karachi and the ball-tampering scandal which has engulfed the world of cricket.
In his latest exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, the Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood writes about the positives from the tour of New Zealand despite the disappointment of losing the ODI series, the reasons for limiting league participation for Pakistan players, Sadaf Hussain's chances of making it to the Pakistan side and looks forward to a better showing for Karachi Kings this year in PSL 3.