Azhar Ali, captain of the Pakistan Test team, also described the online sessions of players of provincial associations as useful.
The Pakistan Cricket Bird (PCB) also organized online lectures for the national cricketers during the days of the Covid 19 lockdown where online fitness tests were conducted.
Similar activities were organized for women cricketers. Meanwhile, the management of provincial teams also started a series of online lectures for their cricketers.
Initially, the head coach of Northern Muhammad Waseem and later the management of Central Punjab has also started this series.
In the first phase, the coaches of Central Punjab are having one-on-one sessions with the players, coaches Ijaz Jr. and Samiullah Niazi have sessions with the first batsman Abdullah Shafiq. A session was held with Azhar Ali today. Azhar Ali, who is the captain of Pakistan Test, also led Central Punjab in some matches in the domestic season.
With the Test captain Azhar Ali, the management of Central Punjab not only talked about the performance of the team in the season but also discussed the future strategy.
Test captain Azhar Ali spoke in detail about his batting. Azhar Ali described the online session as a useful series.
Azhar Ali said that the head coach Ijaz Jr. and assistant coach Samiullah Niazi talked about the fitness of the players and also how to take the team forward. There was also a discussion on how to keep fit in the lockdown.
“Such sessions are very useful, I hope young players will have the opportunity to discuss their performance,” he said.
Central Punjab also plans to invite Pakistan cricket team head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis to the online sessions who will give lectures on batting and bowling to the players.