For many it was a surprise, but those who know of cricket is better than many already see it coming. The recent failure of Pakistan’s in one dayh series England’s tour of the UAE, is striking in the same way as it is shocking to see someone drive into the wall, rather than randomly.
The first problem, which is bright for Pakistan, is the choice of some options rather rebuttable who have wondered Meetings between experts and casual observers of cricket. It starts from the top of it, with a selection of Imran Farhat who just happened to be a regular cricketers with ordinary batting skills and that too in a career spanning more than a decade. It can be argued in his defense that he never plays constantly to empty a shorter version of the game, but considering he has played 13 games straight from Misbah-ul Haq took over, his figures are again almost attractive, and worth much less to talk about.
The second problem is the selection of players like Azhar Ali, who without any shadow of doubt, has done a great job on top of the order, the trial victory, but not really more limited material to begin with. Your only option is based on form rather than the skills that I’m not clear evidence of a one-day cricket. Umar Akmal is also the result of mismanagement of selectors, where he was asked to keep windows and take the pressure to score quickly when the asking rate was already touching the ceiling, because the higher order was absent or was too cautious circumstances that have never been known to be too demanding for hitters. She is a case of poor management rather than poor form in which the captain had a conservative and directives.
The second point in the selection process as a result of a question mark has been chosen to Shoaib Malik, the team that clearly looks like the kind of international cricket and could not get anything good from Miesbach and team management and . If the team management has not had any soft-cornered Hammad Azam Malik and confidence to deliver the goods, one wonders who exactly was wrong with Abdul Razzaq? (more…)