Aaqib Javed Slams Present Pakistan Cricketers for Having ‘Slave Mentality’

Former quick bowler, Aaqib Javed, has claimed that the present crop of Pakistan gamers lacks management abilities, and their ‘slave mentality’ is hurting Pakistan cricket. Javed stated that in his taking part in days, each participant used to take accountability and performed fearless cricket, which made them profitable.


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Javed, who was a part of the 1992 World Cup-winning squad, stated that the Pakistan cricket crew used to play with ardour and aggression, which led them to place in distinctive performances on the pitch and win titles for his or her nation. He stated that the present crew lacks the eagerness and aggression to achieve success.

“We want passionate and aggressive leaders relatively than counting on prayers to win the matches. No one used to inform us earlier than each ball to bowl like this or that. We will’t take pleasure in [cricket] with this slave angle. It’s actually onerous to get again heading in the right direction on this method,” stated Javed.


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Javed was additionally perplexed on the exclusion of all-rounder, Imad Wasim, from the limited-overs squad for the crew’s tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe. Javed believes that Imad has been probably the greatest performers for Pakistan over the latest years and may have been part of the squad. In line with Javed, Imad ought to have been named the captain of Pakistan as an alternative of Babar Azam in limited-overs codecs.

Javed is presently the pinnacle coach of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) franchise, Lahore Qalandars. After 4 dreadful seasons, he managed to take Lahore Qalandars to their first-ever PSL closing within the earlier season. Lahore was one of many in-form groups within the newest version earlier than the match was postponed because of the COVID-19 state of affairs.

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