Mike Hesson, the head coach of Islamabad United, has weighed in on the talent and potential of hard-hitting batter Azam Khan.

Hesson called the young batter a special talent but also pointed out that he is not a finished product yet and there is a lot of work that needs to be done.

The former New Zealand coach commended the exceptional abilities of Azam Khan but emphasized that the young cricketer still has room for improvement.

“Azam [Khan] is a special talent. But there is more work to be done since he is still not a finished product. If he brings more consistency, every team in the world will pick him,” Hesson said while talking to a local news channel.

Hesson acknowledged Azam’s versatility in attacking both spinners and pacers, highlighting his unique skill set.

“He can attack both spinners and pacers. He has the ability that very few have,” he said.

While expressing his admiration for the cricketing talent in Pakistan, Hesson also noted the formidable spin-bowling talent showcased in the PSL. He suggested that Pakistan should focus on nurturing power hitters to enhance their T20 cricketing arsenal.

Source: Cricinfo

“I am very impressed with the cricketing talent in Pakistan. The spin bowling talent in the PSL is quite formidable. Pakistan need to work a little harder at power hitters,” he added.

With the playoffs schedule confirmed, Hesson’s Islamabad United is gearing up to face Quetta Gladiators in the Eliminator on March 15.

Despite the challenges ahead, Hesson remains optimistic about his team’s prospects and is focused on strategizing to extract the best out of his players.

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