Pakistan’s pacer Haris Rauf said that playing red-ball cricket is every player’s goal and that he was thrilled to be included in the team for the historic home Test series against England.
Haris addressed the media on the first day of the training session in Islamabad before the Test series and said that he has long represented his nation in white-ball cricket but has never played Test cricket.
The 18-member team for the three-match Test series against England at home beginning on December 1 at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium also includes Haris.
The right-arm pacer gave his thoughts on the approaching historic series, stating that if he makes his debut, he will try to use the knowledge he got during the prior white-ball series.
The cricketer from Rawalpindi continued, “I have played in 6-7 series with the team and have some experience. I’ve put a lot of effort into my work in the nets, and I’ll attempt to use that in the game.”
The 29-year-old cricketer, who has played 23 T20I matches and taken 31 wickets at an average of 20.74 this year is regarded as a crucial member of the national team in white ball cricket.