Fawad Alam, the veteran Pakistan cricketer, is unhappy with the decision taken by selectors of Pakistan cricket team. He has questioned the selectors’ decision to keep him out of the national team despite his good performances on the domestic circuit. Fawad Alam has taken part in 164 first-class games and scored 12106 runs at an average of almost 57. Despite such numbers, Alam has featured in just three Tests for Pakistan. His last appearance in the longest format in 2009.
Fawad Alam questions selectors
Fawad said “Naturally it hurts. But, I am not losing hope. Hope sustains the world and has sustained me as well.”
“I am not a big star player who can go and question the PCB or the selectors, but whenever I have talked to my colleagues, I didn’t find any special reason for keeping me out,” Fawad added.
Recently, left-handed batsman, Fawad Alam has reminded Pakistan selectors of his batting skills as he smashed a majestic double ton for Sindh in their Quaid-e-Azam Trophy clash against Southern Punjab.
As per earlier reports, Fawad Alam had complained to Pakistan former skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed regarding his continued absence from the national squad. Ahmed has, however, quashed these reports.
Sarfaraz said, “Fawad Alam has never complained to me about not being selected for the national team, he keeps on performing and the best way to answer (critics) is with the bat. Fawad Alam’s best quality is that he keeps on answering with his bat.”