Pat Brown hoping red-hot form will lead to World T20 place for England

Death-bowling specialist impressed on his debut but is keen to avoid being labelled a short-format player

His county teammates have accused him of suffering from red-ball rash but Pat Brown, whose rise to prominence has come as a death-overs specialist in short-form cricket, still harbours ambitions of becoming an all-format player.

The 21-year-old seamer has played five first-class games in his career but after two seasons starring in the T20 Blast led to Friday’s England debut in the victory over New Zealand, he can already call himself an international.

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