Young Pakistani pacer produces some phenomenal swing with the ball
He also managed to get a batsman clean bowled during the course of his spell.
Updated - Dec 12, 2018 5:23 pm
India has always been known as the land of batsman. On the other hand, Pakistan is renowned for the pace bowlers they produce. Over the years a lot of work is being done at the ground level to recruit talent. The Pakistan Cricket Board has also extended their complete support to such programs. Eventually, it is for the benefit of the Pakistan team in the long run.
A lot of franchises in the Pakistan Super League have also run talent hunts for youngsters. This has helped them unearth some absolute gems from the small towns and villages. The coaches have been quite instrumental in shaping up such youngsters. It has provided a platform for them to showcase their mettle.
In the Karachi Kings Sindh Kay Shehzade Tournament, a young pacer named Aamir Brohi bowled quite phenomenally. The video was shared by PakPassion on their facebook page. The medium pacer wasn’t quite consistent with his line and length. However, the swing generated by him was quite an amazing sight to watch.
Alongside being economical, he also managed to get a batsman clean bowled during the course of his spell. His team ended up winning the game too. If he can gain control over his deliveries, the right arm pacer has full potential to turn into something special. Also the fact that he shares his name with Pakistan’s star bowler in the Champions Trophy, Mohammed Amir.
Many comments reflected what the others thought of the young bowler. While a majority felt that it was still a long way to go considering he didn’t have speed and control. Others were of the opinion that if his talent was nourished well, he was capable of doing better. There was also some provocation for PCB to try investing for youngsters in the interiors of Sindh province.
Watch the video here
Impressive bowling by Aamir Brohi in the Karachi Kings Sindh Kay Shehzade Tournament #Cricket
Posted by PakPassion.Net on Saturday, December 1, 2018