Lahore Qalandars’ quick bowler Haris Rauf on Tuesday mentioned that he’s decided to offer his finest to his group and make it win all of the remaining matches of the Pakistan Tremendous League’s sixth version.
On the identical time, Rauf mentioned that he desires to turn into the perfect bowler within the event.
Chatting with Geo Information by way of video hyperlink from Abu Dhabi forward of the event which is about to kickstart from Wednesday, Rauf mentioned that his facet’s match towards Islamabad United is essential to giving the group an early momentum.
“It’s good that PSL 6 is lastly restarting and I hope that the fervour and following would be the identical because it was when the event was stopped in March,” he mentioned.
The quick bowler mentioned that the Qalandars’ have the strongest bowling facet which is essential for any group in T20 Cricket.
“Within the shortest format of the sport, you win matches in case you’ve good bowling and we’ve got a robust bowling unit. Rashid Khan’s availability for these matches is a booster for us,” he mentioned.
He went on to say that Lahore performed superb cricket final season as properly however fell in need of the trophy.
“This time, we’ll play higher than earlier than and attempt to carry the trophy. My private purpose is like that of every other bowler — to be the perfect bowler of the event,” he mentioned.
Replying to a query, the younger pacer mentioned that the warmth in Abu Dhabi could also be a difficulty however professionals can’t complain concerning the situation.
“We have now nearly acclimatised right here,” he mentioned.
“Bubble life can also be tough however there’s no selection. I’m grateful that we’re, at the very least, getting the chance to play the game that we love. It could’ve been far tougher for all of us if there was no cricket. So, we’ve got to endure one thing to get one thing.”
Rauf mentioned that his purpose is to offer the perfect to his facet and attempt to win all of the remaining matches. The quick bowler mentioned that he desires to bowl as fast as potential and “management the batsmen’s thoughts.”
“I wish to be bowling intelligently by studying the thoughts of the batsman I’m bowling towards. I don’t have any batsmen singled out as my potential goal, so whoever is there’ll face the identical ardour from me,” mentioned the 27-year-old cricketer who emerged from the franchise’s participant growth programme (PDP).