Famous Pakistani pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar has hammered Misbah-ul-Haq, depicting the captain as selfish and narrow minded after his leadership persevered through a 150-run embarrassing defeat against the West Indies in the World Cup. Akhtar, who is known as the Rawalpindi Express, said that he had not seen a more quitter and self centred captain than Misbah, as reported by several news channels.
Pondering captain Misbah’s authoritative abilities, Akhtar said that he was not eager to bat up the order to secure alternate players during the moment when he needs to show some spark and inspire his fellow team members. Akhtar further said that Misbah was content with his own runs and he didn’t recognize what mentor Waqar Younis needed, including that he had no strategically sound approach or motivation for his fellow team members.
Pakistan endured their second sequential loss of the world cup 2015 after Misbah’s men were whipped by guarding champions India in their opening diversion. The match likewise saw Pakistan setting another record for the most exceedingly terrible start to an one-day global innings as they were reeling at 1-4 in the fourth over.
The vast majority of the previous players requested that the current group administration including selector Moin Khan and head mentor Waqar Younis be sacked promptly while others needed a complete reshuffle in the cricket board itself.
Also, the previous Pakistani test spinner Saqlain Mushtaq had doubtlessly apprehended that the team had let the country down with their disillusioning exhibitions in the World Cup.