South Africa’s middle-order batsman David Miller has termed Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz as one of the fastest bowlers he has ever played.
Talking to a group of Pakistani journalists from Abu Dhabi in an online media conference, Miller said that he aims to make an impact for his team during his short stint with Peshawar Zalmi in the remainders of PSL6.
“I’ve had that question about who’s the fastest bowler I’ve ever faced, and Wahab Riaz is definitely one.
I’ve played against him a lot of times in my career. And he’s always a competitor and I’m looking forward to playing under him this next couple of games,” the South African cricketer said. “He wants to win. And yeah, he demands guys to be up for the challenge and putting in the hard work at training.
So, I’m looking forward to being a part of it.I think he’s got a lot of good things, a lot of good qualities as a leader,” the 31-year-old cricketer said about the Peshawar Zalmi captain and Pakistani fast-bowler, Wahab Riaz.
The veteran of 134 ODIs and 81 T201 said that it is nice to be back for Pakistan Super League and he’s looking forward to some action-packed matches before he flies back to South Africa for a domestic tournament.—Agencies