Steve Smith praises Pakistani bowlers’ ‘reverse swing’

Australian batsman Steve Smith has praised the reverse swing of Pakistani bowlers.

Talking to media persons about the experience of the game in Pakistan, Steve Smith said that he faced a reverse swing in the Test series against Pakistan.

“When I came to bat, the ball was swinging a lot, I guess the next ball is going to swing a lot too,” he said.

“I think reverse swing was the hardest thing to do. The way the pitches are in Pakistan, the ball swings a lot,” said Steve.

The Australian batsman added: “Bowlers like fast bowlers Shaheen Afridi and Hassan Ali are great for these pitches. Playing in Pakistan requires tempo and patience. Shots can be played with the new ball. I played in the third Test.

“As soon as the ball is soft, then the swing starts. When the ball swings, then you have to deviate from your plan. In Pakistan, I played according to my plans but did not score centuries,” he said. Could

Steve Smith said: “I have not been able to play very aggressively in Pakistan. I have improved my standing to play spinners.”

It may be recalled that this year, 24 years later, the Australian team came to Pakistan to play three Tests, three ODIs and a Twenty20 International.

Steve Smith praises Pakistani bowlers' 'reverse swing'
Steve Smith praises Pakistani bowlers’ ‘reverse swing’

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