No sincerity and commitment shown by the team: Mohsin Khan
Karachi: Former Pakistan chief selector Mohsin Khan feels that the team is not playing with sincerity and commitment in the ongoing World Cup.
Pakistan has lost both the initial two World Cup games losing first to India by 76 runs and now on Saturday, they have lost to West Indies by 150 runs.
“See their body language. Does it look there is any commitment or sincerity in the team,” Mohsin Khan said in a local news channel program.
“How can players drop simple catches at this level of cricket?” questioned Mohsin. “Can anyone say this is a world class team?”
“The team never looked in the match and in fact it looked they were not playing a World Cup game. Their body language completely lacked luster, which was shown by the West Indies,” he added.
“The team was simply pathetic,” he lamented.
Chasing a total of 311 runs, Pakistan lost four of its wicket early in the match scoring only a single run, and was eventually bundled out for a paltry 160 runs.
Earlier, Shahid Afridi, Umar Akmal, substitute Yasir Shah and Mohammad Irfan also dropped dollies.