Pakistan cricket team management failed in UAE: Mohsin Khan

Former Pakistan Test cricketer and chief selector Mohsin Khan has said that Pakistan cricket team management failed to make the most of the two ODI series against Australia and New Zealand and the team learned nothing from it ahead of the forthcoming World Cup.

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“With crowd supporting us and homelike pitches in UAE, we must have won the two series but see our team failed in both of the series. We should have learned the winning ways when we hosted the two series in friendly condition,” Mohsin said.

He added that apart from individual performances from players like Sarfraz Ahmed, Shahid Afridi, Harris Sohail and pacer Mohammad Irfan, the team didn’t clicked as a unit.

Mohsin further said that after suspension of spinners Saeed Ajmal and Mohammad Hafeez by ICC, the two series would have been very useful in grooming Zulfiqar Babar and Yasir Shah for the World Cup.

“It was an astonishing decision not to have brought the spinners, who could replace Saeed and Hafeez. Abdul Rehman, who is also a good bowler, is not included in thirty players’ list, which is also not understandable,” Mohsin said.

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Pakistan cricket team management failed in UAE: Mohsin Khan

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