Fazal was known as the 'Alec Bedser' of Pakistan and made the most of the few opportunities afforded on the world stage during the initial induction into the Test arena.
Had he played in today's environment, his productivity would've magnified manyfold.
When talking about Medium pacers its obvious that they were more common in years gone by.
One other overlooked (though not particularly special) Modern genuine medium pacer was Phil Simmons. This game would illustrate his usefulness and be top of his resume
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I mean, if we discuss what guys can bowl at on the odd occasion, rather than what they do bowl at most of the time, then every medium pacer will end up being a fast medium bowler, by virtue of a ball or two we've seen them hurl down at 10 or so kph faster than the 99.9% of balls they've bowled over the years.
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