Misbah-ul-Haq and Shoaib Akhtar are also disappointed with the worst performance against England B team -

Misbah-ul-Haq and Shoaib Akhtar are also disappointed with the worst performance against England B team

Misbah-ul-Haq also expressed disappointment over the Pakistan cricket team’s poor performance against England’s “B” team.
In the ODI series against England team, Whitewash disappointed the fans of the Pakistan team all over the world, including Pakistan.
Despite making a big score in the last ODI in Birmingham, the Pakistanis living in the UK looked very sad with the defeat of the Pakistani team. At the end of the match, the slogans of Go Misbah-ul-Haq Go and Go Waqar Younis Go resounded in the air.
The head coach of the national cricket team Misbah reacted to the worst defeat of the Pakistani team and said that this performance could not be defended. As for fielding.
Head Coach Misbah said that he played well in both the home and away series against South Africa and was moving in the right direction. After the recent series in England, Misbah now seems to be standing there.
Misbah said this performance as a head coach of the team is a matter of great concern to me. Defeats alone cannot be blamed on players or coaches, it’s a team failure.
Another side Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar revealed in a YouTube video that he was hurt by the disappointing performance of the national team against England.
“I don’t know what the authorities are thinking. I am saying this because I am sad. I have represented Pakistan,” Akhtar said.
And I want to make sure that people are getting the full value of their money, unfortunately, no one is getting the value of their money from this team, this is not acceptable, it needs to be considered. ۔
The head coach of Pakistan said that if the players are not able to perform according to the strategy, then there are as many coaches as they are responsible for. The bowlers were seen in the ODI series, even if they performed, the fielders did not support them.

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