KARACHI – Pakistan’s talented all-rounder, Anwar Ali said Friday he is aiming to make an impact during the second season of Pakistan Super League (PSL) and prove that his best yet to come.
“I’m targeting the PSL to show everyone that I am not past my best and can still play a role for Pakistan in international cricket. I want to be the best all-rounder of the tournament,” he told Pak Passion.
He coined PSL a great opportunity for players to impress the selectors.
“The PSL provides all players with an excellent opportunity to impress the selectors, and I have set myself some goals with a view a return to international cricket.”
The 29-year old believes that he is the best pace bowling allrounder in Pakistan at the moment and he is capable of making another comeback to the national side.
Since Inzamam Ul Haq has taken over the post of chief selector, Anwar Ali has been out of the team, and spin-bowling allrounders like Imad Wasim and Mohammad Nawaz are playing the role.
“Credit to those players as they have performed well, but I believe that I am still the best fast-bowling all-rounder in Pakistan and I feel that I can make a strong comeback for Pakistan,” said the former U19 star.
Anwar Ali said that he has been working hard on his fitness and his bowling, he feels that his fans will see a new Anwar Ali.
“In the past few months, I have been working hard on my bowling and fitness. I feel there has been a major improvement in my bowling and people will now see a new-look Anwar Ali with the ball,” he revealed.