Need Pakistan batsmen to gain from India, says Zaheer Abbas as he clarifies distinction between the two groups
Pakistan batsmen by and by are confronting the warmth after their helpless show on the as of late closed visit through England. While Pakistan lost the three-coordinate Test arrangement 1-0, they figured out how to draw the T20I arrangement 1-1. After another normal showcase from them, incredible batsman Zaheer Abbas said Pakistan batsmen ought to gain from their Indian partners.
Abbas, who was as of late drafted in the ICC Hall of Fame for his commitments to the game, is viewed as a standout amongst other batsmen to have played for Pakistan. While clarifying the contrast between the batting units of the current India and Pakistan sides, Abbas said Indian batsmen have been extraordinary under tension and there is consistently somebody who rescues the group of difficulty in crunch circumstances.
He focused on that Pakistan batsmen should attempt to figure out how to bat under tension from their Indian partners to improve their game. "You take a gander at how their (India's) batsmen perform these days. At whatever point the group is in a difficult situation, someone comes and scores. This is the thing that I need Pakistan to learn," Abbas said on a YouTube show Cricket Baaz.
Abbas, who governed the batting diagrams during his playing days, reviewed how Indian players never stayed away when it came to gaining from their Pakistani partners. He additionally cited the amazing Sunil Gavaskar and said the previous India skipper consistently demanded that one can gain from the resistance as well.
"They(India) have taken in this from us. What we encouraged everybody has been gotten quite well however now it's time we need to take in something from them. Gavaskar used to state that 'you ought to consistently gain from the restriction as well'," said the Pakistan legend.
Abbas, who is a colossal admirer of India's present white-ball bad habit chief Rohit Sharma's batting, referred to his model and said in the event that a Pakistani player prefers the Indian star's style of batting, at that point he should attempt to gain from his strategy and attempt to extemporize it in his game.
"In the event that you state that Rohit Sharma is acceptable. At that point, you ought to gain from him. Watch him, perceive how plays, watch his method. I used to watch and gain from Hanif Mohammad, Rohan Kanhai. I didn't proceed to prepare with them, I simply learned in the wake of watching their batting," said Abbas, who scored 5062 runs in 78 Tests at a normal of more than 44 and 2572 runs in 62 ODIs at 47.62.