LAHORE - Imran Khan junior, who is ready for Pakistan call up, has vowed that if given chance, he will perform well during Zimbabwe series.

Talking to the reporters, he said that he was eager to make a mark in international cricket: “There is no better feeling than playing for your country. I want to play for Pakistan and keen to help it register crucial victories,” he added.

In the final of National Twenty20 Cup, Imran bowled four dot balls to Pakistan T20 captain Shahid Afridi before conceding a single on the fifth ball. When asked about the domestic T20 event, he replied: “I wanted to bowl at least one over to Afridi and wanted to test my variations against the Boom Boom all-rounder. He is the most powerful hitter in the world, therefore, I wanted to see if I could survive against his powerful hitting. It was a great feeling.”