In his latest exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, the Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood writes about the positives from the tour of New Zealand despite the disappointment of losing the ODI series, the reasons for limiting league participation for Pakistan players, Sadaf Hussain's chances of making it to the Pakistan side and looks forward to a better showing for Karachi Kings this year in PSL 3.
Writing in his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood analyses the impact of the World XI's visit to Pakistan and praises the touring players for their efforts, expresses his appreciation of the collective role by the bowlers and batsmen in Pakistan's recent success, explains why it's right for Sarfaraz Ahmed to be captain for all 3 Pakistan teams and looks forward to the Test series against Sri Lanka.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Azhar Mahmood writes about Pakistan's stunning victory in the 2017 Champions Trophy, analyses Man of the Tournament Hasan Ali's progress, expresses his delight at Junaid Khan's impressive return to the Pakistan side, discusses Mohammad Amir's crucial spell in the final against India and reflects on how he deals with criticism.
Writing in is his exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood praises the fast-bowling trio of Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Hasan and Hasan Ali for their splendid performances and excellent effort during the recently concluded series against the West Indies, feels that Yasir Shah has now regained his confidence, clears the air with Sohail Khan and looks forward to the iconic India-Pakistan clash during the Champions Trophy.
Writing in his exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, Azhar Mahmood shares his views on the impressive group of youngsters whom he supervised in the recently concluded camp for the West Indies tour, explains the importance of fitness as a key criteria for selection in the Pakistan team, his expectations from Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz to win more games for Pakistan and pays tribute to the late Bob Woolmer.