It is uncertain what the condition of the wicket will be for the upcoming match against Australia, but all-rounder Faheem Ashraf of Pakistan’s national cricket team feels that the pitch may erupt in the next couple of weeks as a result of recent rains.
Faheem Ashraf remarked that the Karachi Test wicket is in front of everyone, but he expressed hope that the wicket’s attitude would improve in the near future. In this particular scenario, the impression of negative bowling is not accurate.
It was said by one of the cricketers that we didn’t bowl badly because it was the team’s goal, and we followed through on that plan. He further argued that the outcome might occur on any wicket and that the game was never lucrative.
We went to great lengths to ensure that Australia scored the fewest number of runs possible, according to the all-rounder.
All onlookers and judges may view and judge the attitude of the players on the field. We had a terrific time with the audience, but we have no way of knowing how much the audience members had a good time.