What does David Miller think about Pakistan’s ‘death bowling’?
Multan Sultans David Miller lately applauded the ‘challenging death-bowling’ exhibited via Pakistani gamers all over the continuing season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
The left-handed batter who hails from South Africa informed ESPNcricinfo: “My experience in Pakistan is the wickets are actually pretty good. I think maybe the bounce might be a bit different to other countries, where it’s a little bit lower. It’s not that steep sharp bounce. If you can get used to the bounce, you can hit through the line and make sure your body position’s a bit lower. That’s one of the key areas.”
The middle-order batter additionally commented that an in a foreign country batter enjoying in Pakistan’s premier T20 league is challenged and may get pleasure from the contest Pakistan’s spinners offered.
“I’d watched bits and pieces of the PSL over the years and what I’ve taken from that is the bowling is really good. Pakistan always produces really good fast bowlers. They’ve also got world-class spinners.
“An overseas player coming in as a batter, it’s a good competition to be a part of. It challenges you in many different ways. That definitely makes the PSL stand out for me with the kind of death bowling that they’ve got and the pace they’ve got as a nation. It definitely does challenge you and I’m really enjoying the fact that I can be in that position to challenge my skill,” Miller said.
It must be noted that the South African batter left PSL 2023 after his side’s last group-stage game against Quetta Gladiators on March 11 and won’t be part of the playoffs of the event. he was replaced by Johnson Charles.
The left-hander amassed 119 runs in six innings at a strike charge of 148.75 all over the event.
The remaining rite and ultimate can be hung on March 19 in Lahore, which will even host play-offs.
The winner is not going to best carry the Supernova Trophy however will even gather a cheque of Rs120m, whilst the runners-up will obtain a cheque of Rs48m.
Lahore Qalandars will try to transform the primary facet to win back-to-back titles; in the meantime Islamabad United will goal to transform probably the most a success facet via lifting the trophy three times.
March 15: Lahore Qalandars v Multan Sultans (Qualifier)
March 16: Islamabad United v Peshawar Zalmi (Eliminator 1)
March 17: Loser Qualifier v Winner Eliminator 1 (Eliminator 2)
March 19: Winner Qualifier v Winner Eliminator 2 (Final)
All suits can be performed on the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore and can start at 7pm.