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The team has been whitewashed, but the coach is happy!

World Cup at the door. But Pakistan had whitewashed a 5-0 whitewash of the ODI series before Australia. But the team failed, but batting coach Grant Flower was happy to improve batsmen.

Recently the Pakistan team has suffered a similar defeat to Australia in the United Arab Emirates. Nevertheless, the former Zimbabwe batsman wants to take positive action from the series. Recently, he said, "losing Australia is always difficult. Although some of his players were resting in this series, In that case, the result of the series was not as bad as it was. '

However, the series against Australia will be particularly memorable for Pakistan. This is the first time since 2003 that Pakistani batsmen made five centuries in an ODI series for the first time. Haris Sohail and Mohammad Rizwan two, and Abid Ali scored a century.

Flower praised the highest run-rate for Pakistan in the series, "Harris is a wonderful player. He must admit, he did not work so hard at the start of the career. But now the hard work that is being done is getting results. '

Two years later, the 26-year-old Rizwan, who returned to the one-day squad, and 31-year-old Ali, the highest run-getter among Pakistan's players, praised the batting coach, "Rizwan is playing well. But this time she looks more mature. His innings against pace is better. He does well in the lower order. '

And the coach said about Abid Ali, 'It was very good to see Abid century. We did not expect such a great innings from him because he did not work too much before the series. I was just told that he was a good player. His batting looks really encouraging. Do not Tell Frontfoot, Backfruit, Offside, Legside, Excellent. Australians are fascinated by his game.

Pakistan will start their World Cup campaign against the West Indies on May 31. Pakistan will play five one-day internationals and one Twenty20 match against the hosts before their tour of England.
                

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