Pak vs Nz: ‘Frustrating to drop catches against Kiwis’ says Mohammad Abbas

Pak vs Nz: ‘Frustrating to drop catches against Kiwis’ says Mohammad Abbas

Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Abbas has admitted that it was very disappointing that we dropped catches of the world-class player Kane Williamson on the second day of the test match against Kiwis.

Pakistani fielders dropped many catches today although Williamson has offered two catches to fielders none were taken.

Also Shan Masood, after failing with the batting performance could not find joy in the slip cordon either.

The New Zealand skipper was unbeaten at 112 when the play ended, also helping his side to 256-3 in reply to Pakistan’s 297.

“Kane Williamson is the world’s number one batsman. Whenever a world-class batsman gets dropped, they take full advantage of that. Something similar is what Kane Williamson did.” Said Mohammad Abbas.

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