Australia’s previous leg-spinner Brad Hogg, in a tweet on Thursday, picked Pakistan’s all-rounder Imad Wasim over India’s all-rounder Hardik Pandya when asked which one was his top pick.
The 49-year-old anyway asserted that Pandya would be better than anyone might have expected before when he is completely fit for global cricket.
“Going to go Imad Wasim on this one. Be that as it may, keep an eye out, I have an incredible inclination Hardik Pandya when he is completely fit and ready to take on the world will convey better than anyone might have expected,” Hogg tweeted.
Hogg additionally accepted that contrasting Peshawar Zalmi batsman Haider Ali and Pakistan’s productive batsman Babar Azam was not directly as the freshman required additional time and presentation to substantiate himself.
“Thoroughly concur. Examinations are troublesome in the sport of cricket when you put the details in setting of conditions and adversaries. Let the youngster play and return to in two or three years. The PCB ought to send him to England or Australia to facilitate his aptitudes,” he tweeted.
The previous leg-spinner utilized the word ‘baffling’ while at the same time offering his input about Pakistan’s veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik who, he accepted, ought to be picked in the universal side dependent on his ability.
“Disappointing. Great player, has the ability to be initially picked in the worldwide group with his overall aptitudes,” he tweeted.