Talking about Adil Rashid:
Now, what has happened, in the early days, is, his batting was unbelievably daft. He would play a shot every ball. He would play at the ball, never mind what length it was, he was trying to play some sort of shot. And sometimes it came off because it was very risky, and many times it didn't. It was like attempting suicide. He couldn't resist, he couldn't stop himself, doesn't matter what we told him in the nets. We watched him and talked to him and said, "Listen, you have to pick the line of the ball, the length, and pick a shot to go with it. You can't hit a shot every ball. If you're that good, you'd be a genius." It was more luck than skill if he made any runs. We all tried to tell him, "Show a bit of patience, be a bit more selective", and it never worked. It went in one ear and then out of the other, literally.
Now, then. Why is he playing that well now? He says himself that he's found Allah. Now, religion to me, or belief in something like that, is a very personal thing. So I make no comment whatsoever. But if he's found something deeply religious in Allah, and it's helping him, and it's making him a better batsman, it's working, fine, then stay with it.