KARACHI: Former Test cricketer Inzamam-ul-Haq urged Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to look into the team’s selection as he thinks chief selector Mohammad Wasim is not the right man for the job.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, the former chief selector questioned Wasim’s role in the team’s selection for South Africa and Zimbabwe tours. “I can’t understand how this team was picked. I mean when your captain is not happy, your coach has shown concerns, how you can say to them that it was not their concern?” Inzamam asked.
“Wasim has played lesser than both Misbah and Babar. How can he challenge their concerns regarding the squad. The board must look into this matter,” he said.
Inzamam claimed that PCB brought Wasim as a chief selector on the recommendations of some people without naming them. “Wasim became chief selector on the wish of some people who wanted to enforce their desires in team’s selection,” he said.
“Don’t play with Pakistan’s cricket. Don’t make people happy and work for the betterment of cricket by making the right decisions,” he concluded.