'Which kid will play cricket seeing this team?' Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar slams Pakistan

'Which kid will play cricket seeing this team?' Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar slams Pakistan

Pakistan's second straight defeat to a second-string England team has prompted extreme reactions from the country's former cricketers. If the defeat within the first ODI wasn't denting enough, a second loss which resulted during a series defeat for Pakistan has rung several alarm bells. England's make-shit team beat Pakistan by 52 runs during a rain-affected game saw the visiting team suffer another batting collapse as chasing 248 to win, they were bowled out for 195.

Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has never been one to mince words and he certainly didn't , seeing Pakistan's shoddy performance at Lord's on Saturday. Akhtar sarcastically accused Pakistan of playing 'average' cricket and predicted a 0-3 whitewash for Babar Azam-led unit.

"Although it had been just run-a-ball and what was there therein bowling for you to possess such a lot difficulty. The ball nibbles around a touch , that itself may be a lot for you. A very, very average performance",

Akhtar said on Boss News. "It has not yet happened. it's getting to be 3-0. Pakistan worked hard to form sure they provide a mean performance. The Pakistan batting has always allow us to down and therefore the same trend continues now also".

Akhtar appeared perplexed over Pakistan's inability to play on a surface which had no demons for batsmen, while highlighting that the instance set by this team isn't something any budding cricketer within the country wants to follow.

"No one enjoys criticizing anyone. But tell me, which kid will start playing cricket after watching this team? The PCB's plan is that nobody should watch or follow cricket and that they do not have to spend anything", the previous pacer explained. "What was there within the wicket, first tell me that. Pakistan is merely a T20 team. They play like T20 and obtain out like that. They lose five wickets in twenty overs. In T20s also, they score 150-175 and precisely the same in ODIs".

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