Abdul Razzaq claims to make Indian bowler the best all rounder in the world in two weeks
*ISLAMABAD - Former Pakistan all rounder Abdul Razzaq claims that he can make India’s Hardik Pandya into world’s best all rounder in a matter of two weeks. *
“I saw Hardik Pandya bat for the first time and saw a number of faults in his foot movement, body balance and his bat swing when he was batting. If I am given two weeks to work on him then I am confident that I will make Hardik Pandya the world’s number one hitter and all-rounder,” said Razzaq in a video message.
The Indian all rounder hit 46 off 38 deliveries and picked up one wicket as well for his side against the West Indies in the ICC World Cup match on Thursday at Old Trafford Manchester, the match that India won easily by 125 runs.
“If BCCI wants to see improvement in Hardik, then I can make him a complete all rounder in two weeks duration,” he added.
Razzaq was one of the best all-rounders produced by Pakistan. He scored over 5000 runs in 50-overs cricket and also picked 269 wickets as well.