Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali, presently the main bowler in ODIs, trusts no player in the group minds captain Sarfraz Ahmed yelling at them when they commit an error since it causes them remain centered.
The 23-year-old, while noting inquiries for Sky Sports, uncovered that he really inclines toward a vocal captain since it causes him look after fixation.
I honestly like it when he shouts at me as that motivates me and I’m sure it’s the same for the other players also,” said Hasan. “Sarfaraz shouting isn’t really him getting angry at us, it’s actually his way of reminding us that we need to keep our focus, not lose concentration and make sure that we are on our game. I enjoy him shouting at me and don’t mind it at all.”
The question was raised when Hasan was asked if it was easy to get away with mischief in the presence of a serious skipper like Sarfraz, and the right-arm pacer said he loved what he did and wouldn’t stop doing it.