Ranji Trophy: Qamran Iqbal showing patience- praiseworthy, J&K failing to wrap tail- a concern

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Well all knew Qamran Iqbal- who would get tempted with a couple of dots and throw away his wicket. But, the one we are seeing in Ranji Trophy so far is a bit different, to say the least.

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Thankfully, he has gained the much-needed patience (which was visible from his last few innings) and this thing will make him better for sure. Pertinently, the righ-handed batsman owns a wide range of shots and could manage to take over any opposition or bowler. However, he immediately needs to work on his conversion rate and playing style against spinners as he has been mostly getting out to the slow-bowlers. Meanwhile, J&K failing to rattle the tail early is concerning. In today’s game, last wicket stand went on to make 51 runs, which could make the difference in the game later on. It’s not only today but earlier as well, our bowlers gave away plenty to tail-enders.