This is what he did against Zimbabwe, when Pakistan were in trouble. Here’s what he said:
"It was a tough situation to come and bat in. We had just lost quick wickets and we needed to rebuild effectively and post a good total."
What kind of deranged nutter thinks, “We need to preserve wickets now, TOOOONK!” This bloke is dangerous.
He also got “a key wicket” with his increasingly handy bowling in Zimbabwe’s faltering reply.
The Zims only lost by 37, which doesn’t seem that much. In fact, it seems especially close given that they were chasing a hefty 272.
Robin Brown, Zimbabwe's coach, argued that they failed to finish the Pakistanis off:
"We basically lacked the killer instinct that is required to polish things off."