Pakistan’s World Cup squad has come under heavy criticism since its announcement, with former cricketers also questioning the selection of several players.
Former chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq said that Sharjeel Khan and Fakhr Zaman are the best players in T20. It is not right to drop them.
Usman Qadir could also be useful in UAE conditions.
It would have been better to give confidence while including, seniors are needed in the pressure matches of the mega event,
so it would have been better to take advantage of Shoaib Malik’s experience.
In response to a question, Inzamam-ul-Haq said that there is no comparison between Azam Khan and Sarfraz Ahmed, both are players of their own style, the decision should have been according to the needs of the team.
Cricket, especially in the T20 format, requires a positive mindset. Whichever team is selected, must now be free from pressure and perform to the best of its ability.
We pray that The Green Shirts are on a journey of victory.
He said that after the resignation of Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis, I have good wishes for the newcomers.
The former captains did their best, I pray that the new coaches will be successful.
They also have the right to bring their own team, they will have to make difficult decisions.
The former chief selector said that changes are needed in the management of the PCB, but the decisions should improve cricket,
I am not aware of any progress yet, did not even think of taking any responsibility, if the board contacted I will tell my decision.
Former pacer Aqib Haweed said that no regular opener has been selected in the team for the World Cup.
In the case of Azam Khan, the quality of fitness was compromised. You have to give, if you keep making compromises, the culture of fitness will end.