Saud Shakeel, a middle-order batsman for Pakistan, admitted on Sunday that he regrets not turning his fifty-plus scores against England into hundreds.
The middle-order batsman stated he will aim to perform better against the Kiwis and learn from his mistakes said in his interview prior to the first Test against New Zealand.
“We’ll attempt to put the series against England behind us and concentrate on the series against New Zealand. We are eager to succeed as it is a fresh series, day, and beginning,” he remarked.
“We reviewed the areas where we lacked following the loss to England; we will aim to correct those errors and perform better against New Zealand,” he stated.
He remarked on his performance and noted that, although collecting four fifties in his first Test series, he regrets losing opportunities to score large. When asked about the areas he believed the squad needed, he focused on his own performance.
“I regret passing up those chances; I ought to have turned at least two fifties into centuries, and I think Pakistan would have fared better if I had done so, “says Shakeel.
He stated that his objective as a player is to help Pakistan triumph in Test matches. “If my performance had contributed to Pakistan winning those test matches, I would have been happier, he remarked.