Pakistan fast bowler Aamir Jamal, an important player in the current Test match against Australia in Sydney, remains optimistic despite a tough day on the field during Day three.
Jamal admitted a temporary struggle in batting but said it’s a normal part of the game. He believes Pakistan is still in a good position, stating, “I am still pretty confident that we are in the game,” and mentioned that reaching a total of 150-170 runs would be a competitive score.
Jamal noticed a change in momentum after the first innings and expects challenges for both teams in the fourth innings due to the changing behavior of the pitch. He also shared his personal goal of being the highest wicket-taker in the series, attributing his success to hard work.
Although Australia has made a comeback, the match is still evenly poised, and Pakistan aims to set a challenging target in the final innings.