T20 World Cup 
He has been in excellent form in the T20 WC so far.


Good fitness levels have contributed to the long-term success of Shoaib Malik, according to him.

The T20 WC has been a success for Malik.

Australia will be the next opponent for Pakistan in the Super 12 after they defeated Group 2 winners Pakistan

T20 World Cup 2021: Shoaib Malik, a 39-year-old Pakistani batsman, is still going strong and attributes his long international career to his self-obsession for fitness.

Shoaib Malik, the veteran Pakistan batsman, is 39 years old and still going strong. He attributes his long international career to his self-obsession with fitness. One of the fittest in Pakistan’s current team is Malik, who has been playing international cricket since the early 1900s while some of his current teammates were still in their teens. Pakistan thrashed Scotland by 72 runs on Sunday, their fifth straight victory in the T20 World Cup thanks to Mohammad Amir’s masterful 18-ball 54.

Combined with India’s opener K L Rahul’s 18-ball 50 against Scotland, it was the tournament’s fastest half-century, as Pakistan stopped the Scots at 117 for six after posting an impossibly high 189 for 4.

When asked about his post-match press conference comments, Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik said he was self-obsessed with seeing himself fit in the mirror and that he was still having fun playing cricket and that it was helping the team.

“Training every day is probably the only way to maintain a healthy weight. I’m not sure if I want to continue playing for another year or two. I’m in the middle of something crucial right now, so I’m not thinking about any of that.”

Pakistan beat Australia in the Super 12 stage to advance to the T20 World Cup semifinals on Thursday in Dubai.

“We, of course, have seen Australia’s performance thus far. They’ve been putting on a fantastic display of cricket. We are, too. However, both teams will face a difficult challenge “After scoring his first half-century in an ICC tournament since the 2009 Champions Trophy, Malik said.

“Assuming it’s a new game, I’m sure the other batters have devised strategies and are ready to execute them. We have a few days before the semis, so I’m sure management and our team will sit down and discuss and plan for the semis, as well “Then, he added.

Sohaib Maqsood was ruled out of Pakistan’s T20 World Cup squad due to a back problem, and Malik was called up as a replacement.

“During the Caribbean Premier League season, my name was not included in the first team announcement. I, of course, was distraught. When I found out, I was devastated “he concluded.

According to him: “But I’ve seen a lot of teams where my name wasn’t there, so of course when you are not part of the World Cup team, it hurts.”

Malik had an average of 7.44 in 10 innings for Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League before being omitted from the first squad.

“That being said, you’re a professional cricketer or a professional athlete who is trying to overcome your frustrations by talking to yourself. As a result of my participation in the Caribbean Premier League, I was able to travel to the United States and participate in a domestic tournament, which is what gets me motivated “He proceeded to explain.

Overall, the dressing room is a pleasant place to be, but we must continue to give our best effort, Malik said.

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