Why does Matthew Hayden equate Muhammad Haris to cricketers when he says, "Harry, you're dangerous"?

'Harry, you're dangerous,' why Matthew Hayden compares Muhammad Haris to batsmen?

Mohammad Haris is shown receiving plaudits from Pakistan's batting coach Matthew Hayden following the team's stunning run to the T20 World Cup semifinals.

After South Africa defeated the Netherlands on Sunday and Pakistan then defeated Bangladesh, Pakistan advanced to the semifinals. Even the team's supporters were taken aback by this accomplishment since it was so spectacular.

After this victory, batting coach Matthew Hayden told the Pakistani players in the locker room that no T20 World Cup team had predicted Pakistan would go to the semifinals.

Hayden pointed at the other squad and said, "They believed we got rid of them. Now that we are here, they can't get rid of us.

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In front of the entire squad, he called the new batsman Mohammad Haris "dangerous."

"When you see the way Harry (Muhammad Haris) came back and played today," the former Australian cricketer added. We're dangerous, lads, and you should be too. We ought to be aware of and grateful for this.

He remarked, "Harry, you are dangerous because you play with an open mind and Shaan Masood is also like that," addressing Mohammad Haris.

Recall that Mohammad Haris was a reserve player who traveled to Australia but was benched against South Africa because of an injury to Fakhar Zaman.

Mohammad Haris got 31 points against Bangladesh on Sunday after scoring 28 in only 18 balls against South Africa.

The batting coach for the Pakistani side further stated that "nobody in this globe would want to face us at this moment."

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