ABU DHABI: Pakistani batsman Imam-ul-Haq has said that he needs to perform well or he will go under feedback. Imam-ul-Haq scored a century on his debut in the 50-over format to take Pakistan to series win in the third ODI against Sri Lanka.
In a meeting to a cricket site, Imam-ul-Haq said that he was extremely pleased about his performance in the third one-day international. He included, “I didn’t think about that record. When I had backpedaled to the changing area Sarfraz Ahmed let me know. Extraordinary feeling to score a hundred on make a big appearance. It’s a proud moment for me, exceptionally upbeat to do it for Pakistan.”
The batsman said that he developed in a cricketing family and has self-conviction. I have played in Junior World Cups and have performed well to win in first class matches. My best answer is to perform. In the event that I don’t perform then people will criticized.
Noting an inquiry with respect to speaking to Pakistan considering he is the nephew of current selector of the national team, Haq said it was not his blame that he was his nephew.
“I am not responsible to that. All the better I can do is to reply with my bat. I will have disappointments and each player has that disappointment,” he said.