In his latest blog entry on PakPassion.net, former Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Zahid speaks about the worrying state of Pakistan's pace bowling department, the lack of yorkers from Pakistan's quick bowlers, his concerns over Umar Gul's fitness and suggests that Wahab Riaz could be Pakistan’s equivalent of Mitchell Johnson.
In his latest exclusive blog for Pakpassion, Mohammad Zahid discusses the difficulties of dealing with injuries for Pakistani cricketers, his thoughts on Bilawal Bhatti and Ahmed Shehzad, as well as the importance of winning the mental battle when playing international cricket.
In his latest blog for Pakpassion, Mohammad Zahid discusses the ball tampering controversy and reverse swing, the advantages and disadvantages of an all left arm pace attack, as well as giving his thoughts on the 1st ODI between Pakistan and South Africa.
In his latest blog for Pakpassion, Mohammad Zahid discusses a range of issues including Pakistan's death bowling, the cricket infrastructure in the country, captaincy, and Mohammad Amir's potential return.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Zahid talks about Pakistan's squad for the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy, the bowling attack, the batting line-up and and chances of lifting the trophy.
Zahid analyses the upcoming Test series between South Africa and Pakistan, looking at what the Pakistani batsmen need to do to succeed in South African conditions. He also discusses the comparable bowling attacks and talks about what he wants the Pakistani bowlers to do in South Africa.