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Karachi, July 20 (ANI): Sadaf Hussain, one of Pakistan’s most talked about young fast-bowlers, says he is fully fit and deserves a chance to represent his country at the national level.

Hussain, who has taken 247 first-class wickets in 51 matches including 20 five-wicket hauls and has ten 10-wicket hauls to his name, has been continuously absent from the Pakistan ‘A’ team because of fitness reasons.

The 25-year-old bowler, who is currently playing in a league in England, said that he has been one of the top bowlers in domestic cricket and probably the one who has bowled most overs as well, Pak Passion reported.

He also insisted that one could not get to that level of performance by bowling a few overs and without fitness and he has actually worked very hard, both during the practice sessions as well as the long spells that he bowled during the matches.

He added that he had performed very well at the domestic level and according to him that should have been enough to earn him a place in the national side.

He, however, believes that it’s up to the PCB selectors to give him the opportunity and till then, he can only wait for his turn. (ANI)

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