Dom Siblesy scored a half-century on Day 1 of second Test. (Source: Twitter)

England opener Dom Sibley is hungry for more runs and does not want to rest for his bright future in Test career.

After 10 Tests, Sibley finally averaged 39.50 with the bat and hit two centuries. He also scored a century in the second Test against the West Indies.

Sibli said- If you have told me that after 10 Test matches, I will be an average of 40, then two Test matches will be with hundreds. I would be happy, but at the same time, I think I got more.

Sibley said- I think I can now turn opportunities into scoring four or five centuries. I know this may sound greedy or unrealistic, but I am trying to build on the way I think I am doing. I am positive and trying to make some more big scores this summer.

Sibley scored 8 and 36 in England’s first Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford last week. He said- They (Pakistan) are a very good attack.

They have everything. Mohammed Abbas, who is very accurate, left-handed Shaheen Afridi, a young man who has gained some speed Naseem Shah and a world-class spinner Yasir Shah. It seems hard at times.

When it bowls well, you get the guts- ‘I am not sure how I will score against this man’ People always say, it becomes easy to bat at such a time.

Sibley said when I go to the field to bat, I start feeling more comfortable. Some great bowlers come out of there, but I will always put myself back. Let us tell that England has taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. The next match against Pakistan will be in the Ageas Bowl on Thursday.

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