Pakistan cricket team is preparing hard for the crucial ongoing Test Series against England. The first game won by Pakistan, made it look quite easy for them, whereas England recoiled back and clinched an easy victory with a huge margin.
Apart from batting collapse or other issues, Pakistan is lagging behind England due to fielding as runs leak and drop catches brought back the opponent in the game.
Pakistan cricket team is infamous due to their poor fielding and in the same tour they have missed many of the wicket-taking chances which would have entirely changed the whole scenario of the game.
The unfortunate bowler most of the time was none other than Mohammad Amir.
The wicket-keeper batsman of Pakistan cricket team, Sarfraz Ahmed in interview with PakPassion explained the reason behind Pakistan’s poor fielding.
“There is always pressure on players when they are fielding in an international game but mistakes can be made by anyone. No one misfields or drops a catch deliberately. There are some issues such as the slopes in the field which we are not used to or windy conditions that cause deviation in the trajectory of the ball as well. This is another aspect that we are working on and you will see a better fielding display in the upcoming games.” said Sarfraz.
English conditions have also been quite difficult for the Pakistani cricketers, the 29-year-old player also seem blaming the conditions for many of it.