Mohammad Yousuf advises players not to hit sixes on every ball

By | February 8, 2021

Lahore: In the training camp of the National T20 squad, Muhammad Yousuf taught the cricketers to bat. He instructed them not to hit sixes on every ball.

On the second day of training at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, the former captain asked the players to take advantage of the weaknesses of the bowlers. The Green Shirts, who returned to the field after 6 pm, held a full fielding session after physical training, after taking high catches. There was also a practice of targeting wickets, the batsmen in the net adopted an aggressive style.

High-Performance Center coach Mohammad Yousuf said that as soon as the practice was over, all the batsmen should be gathered in one place and avoid trying to hit sixes on each ball.

He took advantage of the weaknesses of the bowlers and directed to hit the bad balls. Khushdal Shah and Asif Ali Yousuf were the focus of his attention. Later, he also conducted power-hitting exercises on the balls that were suddenly thrown on the grass. At that time, the atmosphere looked like a baseball.

On the other hand, the South African team also continued to train hard and faced throw down bowling with pacers and spinners.

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