Byline: Mohsin Ali
RAWALPINDI -- Fast bowler Shaheen Shah said rain spoiled all the good work of Pakistani bowlers but he vowed to take some quick wickets to bowl out Sri Lanka to a minimum total.
Shaheen expressed these views during the media briefing at Pindi Stadium, saying, 'I was enjoying my bowling, as I was disturbing the batsmen, but wickets were not coming. It was wonderful delivery, which took Dickwella wicket while Babar also took a very smart catch. I think it is not a big total, although we could have restricted Lankan batsmen, yet the things didn't work according to the plan. We have good players, who are known to score big runs. If rain doesn't fall in the morning, we will finish off Lankan tail.'
When asked after 10 years, Test cricket has returned to Pakistan and how is he feeling, he said: 'Obviously, it is always very nice to play in front of home crowd. I have made debut in T20 in Karachi and I really enjoyed that and I am always happy that my brother also made his Test debut against Sri Lankan team and it always nice to grab first wicket. After rain interventions, it is difficult for pacers to settle down again. But we should be prepared mentally for all situations.'