Mark Wood Keen to Learn Death Bowling From Haris Rauf

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Mark Wood Keen to Learn Death Bowling From Haris Rauf

Pakistan beat England with three wickets to win in an entertaining final in the National Stadium Karachi on Sunday and evened the seven-match T20I match at 2-3 due to the brilliance of a bowling attack.Haris Rauf was awarded the player award for his game-changing time in the dying overs. He scored 3 for 35, including getting rid of Liam Dawson and Olly Stone with consecutive deliveries in the 19th over.

The England’s most popular pacer Mark Wood, who recently returned to the team of the nation was awed by Haris Rauf’s performance in the bowling, saying “Maybe I’ll talk to him and see if they’re willing to reveal some secrets.”

After the fourth match in Karachi England’s leading speedster said that Rauf is similar height, and speed as him, however the way he handles his arm when bowling slower is extremely effective.

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“He’s somebody who’s taller than me and speed, but also skimpy. He has a fantastic slow ball. The speed of his arm of his ball that is slower excellent and it’s something I’m not a pro in and want to be faster at.” the player added.

It’s worth noting the fact that Wood came back to the team after suffering an injury at the end of game three. He helped his team win an 63-run win against the hosts, scoring 3 for 24 in four overs. He also took home the highly sought-after wicket of Babar Azam.

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