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T20 World Cup: Moin Khan opens up on son Azam Khan’s selection

T20 World Cup: Moin Khan opens up on son Azam Khan's selection

The former wicketkeeping batsman has backed his son, Azam Khan’s selection in the Pakistan T20 World Cup squad as the critics have taken it to social media as an ‘inappropriate, and ‘unfit’ selection ahead of the big event.

Moin says that he has eye-witnessed a number of players who were fit but failed to perform; hence, fitness is not the only key to win matches despite being the crucial aspect. He believes that one should have the talent to score big and win big.

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T20 World Cup: Moin Khan opens up on son Azam Khan’s selection; says, he is a match-winner

“Everyone keeps talking about fitness, which I agree is important. But, over the years we have had players who are said to be fit but don’t perform. I don’t need to reiterate the fact Azam plays for my own PSL franchise and has won us games, so the skill aspect has always been there. So I will just say that he’s a match-winner, don’t write him off.”

The former player further added that he adores when people criticize Azam as one can learn his mistakes and work on them. Moin opened up he himself was adhered t immense criticism but tackle it with improvement with time.

“I love when people criticize my son. I believe criticisms will bring the best out of him; it will make him a player.”

“I have myself faced the axe a number of times and then made comebacks as well on the back of brilliant performances. Therefore, I have already told Azam to take critics in a positive manner.”

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