Pakistani All-rounder Imad Wasim Return to Notts Outlaws With Full of Confidence
Newly Married, Pakistani All-rounder, Imad Wasim return to the Notts Outlaws team after missing the last two games of his T20 Blast campaign, as he was in Pakistan to marry Sania Ashfaq. Wasim ranked as the world’s second-best Twenty20 bowler player, says he cares little about Trent Bridge’s reputation as a batter’s paradise, especially in T20 cricket.
The Nottingham Post
If you don’t learn, you’re failing. You should learn every day as a cricketer. Here are experienced, players and coaches. I can also learn from the young man by playing his first game.
I’ve been trying to work with all the young players to help them as well, to help them think and make decisions under pressure. The game is always the same. Pressure makes you do silly things, so you have to stay calm.
Wasim has so far had little chance of impressing with the bat but has done well with the ball. The left-arm roulette wheel has grabbed seven wickets with an average of 15.71. His 6.47 th0-degree in the economy is the second-best in the team with only Matt Carter (6.40) getting much better.
While this is Imad Wasim first period in county cricket, this is not his first stint in the UK.
He was born in Wales but returned to his homeland as a child before returning to play cricket in Belfast and English clubs, including Papplewick and Linby in 2007.
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club (CCC) is one of eighteen first-class county clubs within the national cricket structure of England and Wales. The club’s limited team is called Notts Outlaws.