Former English pacer Sajid Mahmood believes Adil Rashid could be the key factor of England in the World Cup-19. The leg spinner, Adil Rashid is performing enough to grab the focus on him.
Adil Rashid, a 33 years old leg-spinner
Accordingly, Adil Rashid, a 33 years old leg-spinner is on a wonderful form, taking 128 wickets after Australia and New Zealand World Cup-15 only. That actually proved how mature this Englishman is! Moreover, Adil Rashid spent 29.74 average to bowl in 5.78 economies. But look at his List A statistics, 198 matches brought him 272 wickets with 30.06 average and 5.21 economy.
Besides, Sajid Mahmood served the English cricket from 2004 to 2009 in ODI that brought him 30 wickets with an average of 38.96 and 5.58 economy. Addressing Adil Rashid as crucial man Sajid Mahmood claimed, “I think the crucial man who, if he does well we’ve got a good chance, is going to be Adil Rashid.”
Former cricketer called Adil Rashid a regular wicket-taker, “He’s a massive wicket-taker who breaks up good partnerships but, saying that you’ve also got [Liam] Plunkett who does a similar sort of thing, taking wickets in the middle period and then you’ve got [Mark] Wood and [Chris] Woakes who take wickets up front.”
I think England have got a strong all-around team
Sajid Masood is confident about t the English team. “I think England got a strong all-around team.” Then further added with Moin Ali and others. “I think England have got a strong all-around team. There’s a lot of talk about [Jofra] Archer coming in, but I’m not sure he’ll play much seeing as he’s not had much experience and it’s such a big tournament.”
Former English pacer explained his words, “England have got people like Plunkett to still come in and Mark Wood did well away in the winter. They’ve got pace, they’ve got people who can hit a decent area and move the ball a bit and they’ve got a good spin attack so I definitely think they’ve got a well-rounded bowling attack.”
Being confident on the bowers. “I definitely think England have enough to bowl teams out. Think they showed that over the last few years and the biggest thing is they’ve got home fans and home advantage so they should know how the pitches are going to play and use that to their advantage.
Sajid Mahmood concludes with, “There’s going to be a lot of countries coming in who are not going to have as much experience with the pitches as our players have.”
Therefore, Former English pacer Sajid Mahmood believes Adil Rashid could be the key factor of England in the World Cup-19. The leg spinner, Adil Rashid is performing enough to grab the focus on him.