Christchurch: All-rounder Faheem Ashraf has aimed to not repeat the errors the Pakistan crew did within the first Check towards New Zealand at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui.
Blackcaps defeated Pakistan by 101 runs however there have been few standout performers together with Faheem, who tried to avoid wasting the Check after being down and out within the first innings.
“We recognized our errors in the present day earlier than the follow session and can attempt to not repeat that within the do and die fixture,” the 26-year-old mentioned.
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“All of the gamers wish to finish the sequence on a profitable word. Right this moment, through the coaching session, our goal was to follow in response to the match state of affairs,” he added.
Faheem, who scored 91 within the first innings of the Mount Maunganui Check, mentioned that the pitch utterly modified after Day one.
“Pitch was fairly totally different on Day one however then it began to behave just like the pitches, we used to have again in Pakistan. Christchurch’s pitch is completely reverse to Mount Maunganui and we’ll look to regulate accordingly,” Faheem concluded.
The second Check between Pakistan and New Zealand begins on January 3 at Bay Oval, Christchurch.