Here is why Wahab Riaz thinks he is a match winner

Wahab Riaz, the skilled left pacer, wants to come home to the national team and make an important contribution to Pakistan's effort later this year of winning the T20 world cup. Riaz added that on the national side he can still play a key role and his experience in the upcoming T20 World Cup might be crucial.


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Riaz said experienced actors play an important role in large events and several cricketing nations across the world rely on expertise to take them over in situations of high pressure. He stated he was a match-winner and he always gave his country 100 percent.

"I'm not a match-winner, they say. Why [did] the coach, Mickey Arthur, who selected me for the 2019 World Cup if I don't have a match-winner?" Riaz asked about that.

The 36-year-old lashed out with his critics, saying he still has a lot of cricket and is able to fill the void of an experienced pacer in the squad.


He said he still has enough left in his tank and can play for the next 4-5 years on the best level. He said that only when he believed he was no burden for the team and his body could not deal with the demands of the modern game, would he retire from cricket.

The explosive pacer stated that despite impressive performances, he was deceived to have been excluded from the national team. He said that he will continue to work hard and reclaim his position on the national squad.

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