The Pakistan cricket team is doing well in all forms of international cricket, but senior Pakistan cricketers are dissatisfied with the country’s current domestic structure and feel that the abolition of departmental cricket is wrong, for which he is the Pakistan Cricket Board and former Prime Minister and former Pakistan captain Imran Khan.
Pakistan veteran wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal is not the first to point the finger at the end of department cricket in the country, which has halted the emergence of many talented cricketers.
“Unfortunately, the Pakistan cricket system is in a bad state due to unnecessary trials by the Pakistan Cricket Board and the former Prime Minister. [Imran Khan]. In an interview with Sama TV, Akmal said that this has caused a lot of damage to Pakistan cricket.
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Akmal is currently talking about the Pakistan team and admitted that it was too early to judge Babar Azam’s performance as captain before adding a shortage of match winners to the squad.
“It’s too early. He is [Babar Azam] He is young and has only led Pakistan for about a year, ”he said.
“Pakistan does not have a team that was eight to ten years ago. We had five to six match-winners the previous day, ”he added. Akmal.
The Pakistan cricket team will play two Tests in Sri Lanka. The opening match will be held in Galle on July 16 and the other in Colombo from July 24. He will then play a three-match ODI series against the Netherlands before heading to Australia for the 2022 T20 World Cup.
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