Facilitating Britain in a Test series at home, Pakistan are as of now done for, having lost the initial two matches of the series. While there’s no rejecting that both the matches were firmly battled, the Pakistan cricket crew and its mentors have been confronting analysis since the destiny of the series was chosen. Previous Pakistan Test player and ex-boss selector and lead trainer Mohsin Khan has pummeled the group’s lead trainer Saqlain Mushtaq for recommending the group would now search for a ‘reassurance win’ in the third Test having proactively seen the series get none of their concern.
Rather than discussing how we are veering off-track, he is currently discussing a reassurance win. What kind of a mentor is Saqlain?” expressed Mohsin on a Pakistani Station.
Pakistan’s batting mentor Mohammad Yousuf was additionally exposed to analysis after he was asked during the post-match meeting about the conflicting type of bad habit skipper and wicketkeeper-player Mohammad Rizwan such a long ways in the series, and the previous Pakistan cricketer said he had “no job in determination matters”. Ex-Pakistan commander Shahid Afridi wasn’t intrigued with Yousuf’s thinking.
Britain pacer Imprint Wood snatched four Pakistan wickets to give Britain a hard-battled 26-run success Monday in the second Test in Multan and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Wood, who missed Britain’s 74-run win in the primary Test in Rawalpindi with a hip physical issue, turned the coordinate in support of Britain with the wickets of Mohammad Nawaz (45) and Saud Shakeel (94) in about 12 balls and one run.