Pakistan’s middle-order batsman Fawad Alam on Wednesday said that he does not blame anyone even after losing 10 precious years of his career because he was constantly being ignored in the past.
Talking about his innings in Karachi, Fawad said that it is always good to score a century for the country and that he is satisfied at scoring at a time when his team needed his runs the most.
He said that his target was to stay at the crease for long and bring score the team’s score close to South Africa’s total.
“We were trying to spend time on the wicket and fortunately we got success in getting the lead against South Africa,” he said.
“I have never blamed anyone for not being selected in the past. I have always believed in whatever fate had in store for me. I never lost hope because I knew that there is always a light at the end of the tunnel,” he said.
“I don’t know what would’ve happened if I was playing for Pakistan in all those years. Maybe, I wouldn’t have gotten this respect that I have earned from everyone today,” the middle-order batsman said.