We're all forgetting that this is Anam's LESSER format of the game. He's more of a longer version player. He still averaged damn near 40 in his first series, playing out of position, against a F9 side. In Tests, with the reduced need to hit out and score runs at a fast clip expect him to leave most of the deliveries he fished at and also expect his footwork to be more nimble if not perfect.
Cricket cannot live with the mistaken belief that people want to see big hits. People like to see goals, but no one is talking of moving the goalposts a metre wider either side. (Harsha Bhogle)