Pakistan’s fast bowler Mohammad Abbas is looking depressed for not being selected in the cricket team. He says that if a player has played the domestic season and has performed well in the county cricket league, still it is regrettable not to be selected in the team. He further said that my morale is high and I will continue my hard work. I hope to make my place in the team very soon.
Talking about career, Mohammad Abbas has played 25 Tests and 3 ODI International Cricket Council matches. He played the last Test in 2021 against West Indies. There was a lot of hope in this home series that he will definitely get a chance in the team, but he was ignored by the Pakistan Cricket Board selectors.
During an interview to a private channel, he said that I participated in 12 matches and get 50 wickets on behalf of Hampshire County in the 2022 season. And he managed to get 5 , 5 wickets in two matches of the domestic Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. He further said that I have signed more two-year contract with Hampshire County and I will now play the 2023 and 2024 seasons as well. And I will make a place in the Pakistan team again with my hard work.