Shaun Tait’s Take On Pakistan’s Teenage Pace Craze. Naseem Shah’s development has delighted Pakistan men’s squad bowling coach Shaun Tait.
Pakistan produces excellent pacers on a regular basis. Despite their youth, the Pakistan team management has not been afraid to give adolescents a shot at the senior level. That group includes Naseem Shah. In 2019, the 19-year-old pacer made his Test debut. He recently made an impression at the Asia Cup. He excelled not just with his bowling but also with his hitting. Shaun Tait, the bowling coach for Pakistan’s men’s squad, has expressed his admiration for Shah’s growth.
Shaun Tait’s On Pakistan’s Teenage Pace Craze
“Pakistan’s quick bowlers have innate talent. They try to keep things simple, but they have a lot of talent and flare. So it’s already instilled in these boys, “Cricket Pakistan cited Shaun Tait as saying.
“He reminds me of myself as a younger cricketer in certain respects. He’s a bit free-spirited. But I wasn’t as bright. You’ve probably noticed his innate skills and competence with the new ball.”
“The only thing that we’ve been talking about together is the consistency that demonstrated in the Asia Cup, that’s it,” Haris Rauf remarked of his progress and consistency.
“He’s got the pace, the swing, the aggressiveness, all of that, and we just spoke about being more consistent in his areas and bowling in the appropriate locations to make the batsman’s life tough, and being more consistent doing that. We worked and spoke about his death bowling a lot, and we worked on it as well, but these are just the ordinary things “Tait continued.