Even though former Australian opener Mathhew Hayden has signed up for a short tenure as a batting consultant for Pakistan, his task is cut out – to help the team lift the T20 World cup. And the first obstacle is the high-pressure encounter against India, a side they have lost to on every occasion they've played in the marquee tournament. Despite losing the last warm-up match against South Africa, Hayden is confident that Pakistan have the batting firepower to deal with India.
Matthew Hayden talks about his involvement with Pakistan, his side's preparations and the role of power-hitters— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) October 21, 2021
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