Chris Jordan spoke exclusively to PakPassion.net where he discussed the role of Twenty20 tournaments like the PSL in the skills development of cricketers and looked forward to a successful stint with Peshawar Zalmi.
Hussain Talat spoke about his struggle to adjust from the Under 19 level to the more competitive domestic level, his experience of playing alongside top names such as Misbah-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali in the SNGPL team and his aspirations to be recognised as a pace bowling all-rounder for the Pakistan team in the future.
Umar Gul spoke about Pakistan’s recent ODI series loss in Australia, the failure of big names to help Pakistan win games, Umar Akmal’s continued failures and why the PCB should persist with Azhar Ali despite a poor record as ODI captain.
Anwar Ali spoke of his experience in international cricket, reminisced about the 2006 Under-19 World Cup and looked forward to resurrecting his international career on the back of good performances in the upcoming Pakistan Super League.
Usman Salahuddin spoke about his batting success at the First-class level, his experience of playing with the National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) side and his aspirations for a future berth in the Pakistan team.
Junaid Khan spoke about his recent excellent efforts directed towards yet another comeback in the Pakistan team and his appreciation of the legendary Pakistan fast-bowler Wasim Akram for his favourable remarks about his recent form.
Shahzaib spoke about his disappointment at not being given further chances to represent Pakistan, his performances in the recent National Twenty20 tournament and his hopes of making a comeback in the Pakistan team in future.
Rumman spoke about the disappointment of missing out for the Asia Cup and World Twenty20 and looked forward to the upcoming IT20 series against the West Indies after being selected in the 15-man squad.
Named in the Pakistan Twenty20 squad for the one-off game against England, Sohail Tanvir spoke about the surprise recall and the challenges of the modern game and looked forward to the upcoming game in England.