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Mohammad Azharuddin has revealed how the legendary Zaheer Abbas once helped him when he was going through a rough patch

July 30, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

Mohammad Azharuddin, the previous Indian commander, has uncovered how the amazing Zaheer Abbas once helped him when he was going however a difficult time in his profession. The now 57-year-old Azharuddin, who wound up playing 99 Tests, was doing combating for structure a small piece in the early piece of 1989.

Azharuddin was still new to universal cricket since he had just five years of experience up his sleeves. The right-hander was additionally uneasy about his choice for the visit through Pakistan soon thereafter. Be that as it may, at long last, the Hyderabad-conceived was in the long run gotten.

About Abbas, Azharuddin said that the Pakistan cricketer requested that he change his hold after which he began playing all the more openly. He likewise said that Zaheer's recommendation helped him become a forceful batsman.

During his tough phase Azharuddin had nothing more to lose

Azharuddin didn't know about being chosen for the Pakistan visit in 1989 as he was battling severely for structure. He recalls in Karachi, Zaheer bhai went to the ground to watch us practice. Zaheer asked Azharuddin for what good reason he was getting out right on time. He revealed to him Azhar’s issues and he proposed Azharuddin change his grasp a piece. Azharuddin was saying in Cricket Pakistan.

The second Azharuddin changed his grasp he felt increasingly agreeable and sure and began playing openly. In the long run, it likewise helped him become an increasingly forceful batsman.

In the four-coordinate arrangement on the 1989 visit, Azharuddin oversaw 312 runs and was the third-most noteworthy pursue scorer Sanjay Manjrekar and Shoaib Mohammad. He played at a normal of 44.57 with a top score of 109 and several half-hundreds of years to show for his endeavors.

Most definitely, he oversaw 6,215 runs at a normal of 45.03 with 22 centuries and 21 half-hundreds of years. He last played in the organization against South Africa back in March 2000. In his ODI profession, Azharuddin scored 9,378 runs at a normal of 36.92. He played his last global game versus Pakistan in 2000.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh