Vernon Philander, former South African cricketer and now a Pakistan bowling coach for the T20 World Cup, voiced his feeling as well.
In a rebuilt Pakistani training facility after Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis Vernon will join former Australian cricket-maker Matthew Hayden.
Vernon said no, Ramiz Raja offered it for coaching, following Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) President.
“If I’m interested to join Pakistan team, obviously Ramiz called me and asked if I wanted to. I couldn’t turn this off as an enormous chance. Also, working with a bunch of skilled children is quite exciting,”
“That’s a good young bowler, Mohammad Hasnain, of course, the great one Shaheen Shah Afridi is there. I’ve watched a lot of them in the recent South Africa series and I’m excited to work with them.”
Vernon would like to transfer his experience to Pakistan’s cricket players.
“This is international cricket,” Vernon added. There is always pressure, regardless of which team you belong to,”
“I want to think I can add value in bringing this young assault some stability. They’re an energetic band and they want to take you towards an offensive cricket brand that’s exciting