Islamabad: Dec 7, 2013
There were barely any memorable moments for Sohail Tanvir in the recent back-to-back limited-over series against South Africa, and the Pakistan fast-bowler has admitted that the team requires more from him, according to reports.
According to The Express Tribune, the 28-year-old made his international comeback with the tour of the West Indies earlier this year, and then remained a regular member of the One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 squad against the Proteas in the UAE and South Africa.
The seamer managed to claim just six wickets from as many ODIs besides bagging three wickets from four Twenty20 fixtures against South Africa, the report said.
On a more worrying note, Tanvir failed to impress with the bat despite being considered a utility batsman and managed only 64 runs from six ODIs, the report added. He said that he is aware that the team requires more from him, adding that he is getting his rhythm back in bowling, and some good spells against South Africa helped him regain his confidence.
However the cricketer, who has represented Pakistan in 56 ODIs and 35 Twenty20s, was disappointed with his batting performance.
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