Shan Maood is at the moment the main run-scorer for Derbyshire in the ongoing version of the T20 Blast. He has additionally been distinctive in the County Championship Division 2.
Shan Masood (proper) of Derbyshire. Courtesy: Derbyshire CCC Twitter
- Masood is at the moment playing for Derbyshire in the T20 Blast
- Masood has scored over 900 runs in the County Championship
- Masood had phrases of praises for Mickey Arthur
Pakistan batter Shan Masood mentioned that he prefers to focus on the current rather than worrying about the past and future. The southpaw is at the moment main Derbyshire in the T20 Blast 2022 and has been their standout batter in the match.
In 12 matches, the southpaw has scored 441 runs at a median of 44.10 and a strike price of 140.89 with 4 half-centuries to point out for his efforts. Prior to collaborating in the T20 Championship, Masood additionally carried out effectively in the County Championship Division 2.
In the first-class match, Masood is at the moment the main run-scorer, having scored 991 runs from seven matches at a median of 90.09 with three centuries and 4 half-centuries.
“In the last two years and especially since October, I have started playing cricket more freely. I go out there and enjoy myself while not worrying about the past and future and that has helped me,” Masood was quoted as saying in an interview with Cricwick.
“What I’m trying to do is take it a game at a time, a session at a time, just trying to stay in the present,” he acknowledged.
Apart from doing effectively for Derbyshire, the 32-year-old Masood has additionally carried out exceptionally for the Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
The left-handed Masood additionally heaped reward on former Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur for serving to him develop as a cricketer.
“He spent three years in Pakistan and I would say that a lot of my development took place as he is 100 per cent honest, even if it’s brutal. That honesty comes from a very good place, from a place where he wants you to do better and expects you to do better,” Masood added.