Razzaq says he can prepare pinch-hitters if given coaching chance

From our correspondent

KARACHI: Pakistan cricket team lacks pinch hitters which are more needed particularly in T20 cricket. The country is also struggling to find any such allrounder and big hitter who could replace former solid allrounder Abdul Razzaq.
Lahore-born 40-year old Razzaq was a sheer match-winner and has won several matches single-handedly for Pakistan in limited-over cricket not only with his bowling but also with his impeccable batting. He was master of big strokes.
Pakistan are ahead a stiff challenge to impress in the ICC T20 World Cup to be held later this year in Australia and Razzaq said if he gets coaching chance he will produce pinch-hitters which will help the country in international circuit.
“If I get an opportunity from the PCB then I am ready to take it,” Razzaq told reporters here at the National Stadium.
“I will try to also produce hard-hitters. The plus point of allrounder is that he can coach both bowlers and batsmen,” Razzaq said.
“Darren Sammy has also said that he has learnt cricket while watching me (Abdul Razzaq). If he can learn through watching my game then if I coach players then I hope good results will come,” Razzaq said.

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