Shoaib Malik Lashes Out at Crew Administration After Zimbabwe Defeat

Veteran all-rounder, Shoaib Malik, lashed out on the Pakistan workforce administration after an embarrassing 19 runs defeat from Zimbabwe. Pakistan’s batting line-up utterly crumbled in a comparatively straightforward run chase of 120, bundling out for under 99 as Zimbabwe bounced again to stage the three-match T20I collection 1-1.

The 39-year outdated was lower than impressed with the perspective of the Pakistan workforce administration and the best way they approached the sport, he believes that the captain of the workforce and the chief selector ought to have full authority in choosing the workforce.


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Malik, a former captain himself, additionally beneficial the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to rent a world coach to enhance Pakistan’s white-ball cricket and produce it in keeping with the fashionable requirements of the sport.

Malik, who’s hopeful of constructing a comeback to the T20I nationwide facet, accused the workforce administration of choosing gamers in accordance with their very own likes and dislikes, he mentioned that these preferences for gamers have led Pakistan to such an embarrassing loss.

Malik took to Twitter to share his ideas together with his followers:


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Malik believes that the captain must be the end-all of the workforce and he ought to have full authority on the workforce choice and the choices on the sphere. He mentioned that the coach’s accountability is to groom and develop the gamers and the captain whereas growing fashionable methods to deal with the opposition.

Followers and consultants within the cricketing group will not be happy with the performances of head coach, Misbah-ul-Haq, and bowling coach, Waqar Younis. There have been rumors that South Africa’s tour of Pakistan was their final likelihood to persuade the board to retain them, whereas they did handle to beat South Africa, residence and away, the defeat to Zimbabwe has raised severe questions on their capabilities.

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