Marnus Labuschagne 'in no way' wants to restrict himself to the test, the ODI cricket
DUBAI: Australian hitter Marnus Labuschagne He in no way wants to limit himself to the test and ODI format of the game, as he expressed his ambition to represent the team in the game's shorter format.
In no way do I want to limit myself to those two formats, I definitely have the ambition to play T20 Cricket for Australia International Cricket Council (ICC) quoted Labuschagne saying.
"My [T20] opportunities have been minimal and with the schedule, it doesn't look like there might be too many other opportunities, but for me, it's about scoring runs in one-day and Test Cricket and if I get opportunities down the road then make sure I take them," he added.
Since its debut in 2018, Labuschagne has appeared in 14 tests and seven ODIs. He averages an incredible 63.43 in Testing and 50.83 early in his career in ODI.
However, the batter has not yet played a T20I match.
Labuschagne's splendid performances in recent games also gave him central player contracts for Cricket australia .
As the Cricket has been brought to an indefinite halt by the coronavirus pandemic, Labuschagne said he is using the time to reflect on the year gone by.
That's probably one of the most important parts of this period, just to sit back and think about everything that happened. It has been a really special year for me, there is no doubt about that, the way things have unfolded has been incredible. said.
It's about taking it all in, being happy and proud of it, then seeing how I can improve, seeing different parts of your game on and off the field that you can work on in this period to continually get better, added Labuschagne.