Pakistan on India’s way, Shahid Afridi said ‘I will till the end of my term…’
PAK’s interim chairman of selectors Shahid Afridi says he wants to make enough choices for the team before his tenure ends so that they can field two sides at the same time.
Pakistan’s interim chairman of selectors Shahid Afridi says he wants to create enough options for the team before his tenure ends so that they can field two sides at the same time if the need arises. After Najam Sethi became the PCB chairman, Afridi was made the interim chairman of the Pakistan selection committee which also included Abdul Razzaq and Rao Iftikhar Anjum. In international cricket, many teams including India are already following this path. Every team wants to save their bench strength.
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Afridi told the media, ‘I want to make two teams for Pakistan before the end of my term so that the bench strength can be improved.’
Afridi’s statement came after Pakistan’s pace attack failed to perform in the recent Test matches in the absence of Shaheen Afridi and Naseem Shah.
During this, Shahid Afridi also defended Babar Azam’s decision to declare the innings against New Zealand. In the first match played in Karachi, Pakistan declared their innings after leading by 135 runs. The visitors had bowled Pakistan out for 61 runs in 7.3 overs before the last day’s play ended early due to bad light.
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