Pakistan’s spectacular hitter, Fakhar Zaman, who missed South Africa in the second ODI, was an important discussion in cricket circles, Quinton de Kock defended and said he was “to blame” for not seeing the player.
Zaman is on his way to an unforgettable double century when he snuck in a controversial final episode on Sunday after scoring 193 titles.
The first hitter is exhausted by the time he comes for the second lap as he slows down, apparently assuming the ball is aimed at the other end before realizing it has reached the end he was aiming for.
Cricket pundits and former players have criticized the South African wicketkeeper’s deliberate attempts at the door to distract Fakhar Zaman, but the Pakistani hitter has dismissed the idea that it was Quinton’s fault.
“It was my fault because, on the other hand, I was too busy taking care of Harris Rauf because I felt he was a little late starting his wrinkles, so I thought there was a problem. The rest depends on the match referee, but I don’t think it’s Quinton’s fault, “Zaman said.