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| Batsmeníll take some time for adjustment: Salman Butt|
| Updated at: 2316 PST, Tuesday, August 03, 2010|
NOTTINGHAM: Pakistan captain Salman Butt said that English conditions are not easy for batsmen and they would take some time for adjustment.
Talking with Geo News from Nottingham, Salman Butt said that this is a wrong impression that he has a pressure of captaincy which affects his batting.
Salman Butt has made 424 runs in his last five Test matches with the help of a hundred three half-centuries.
Regarding Danish Kaneriaís omission, he said that the leg-spinner taking 261 Test wickets was not in rhythm and was released for regaining form by playing for his county Sussex.
Butt asked those criticizing his batsmenís performance to tell if there was any fifty-run opening partnership scored against Pakistan in England.
The Pakistan captain said that the young side needs peopleís support and no criticism.
He said that fast bowlers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer have fulfilled the teamís expectations.