Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed reservations over the team selections and he is not satisfied for Pakistan’s preparation for the upcoming World Cup 2019 in England.
Pakistan’s premier and the former World Cup-winning skipper has urged the selection committee to select a better team next time.
“Next time the [team] selection should be better,” said Khan during a meeting with PCB Chairman, Ehsan Mani on Wednesday. “Pakistan should sent a well-prepared unit in the World Cup.”
PCB boss assured Prime Minister, who is also the patron-in-chief of the PCB, about a better job in terms of selection in the future.
Pakistan dropped six key players from the squad for their series five-match ODI series against Australia in the UAE, including the skipper Sarfraz Ahmed, just ahead of the all important multi-nation tournament which is to be played from May 30th to July 14th in England.
PM Khan also congratulated Mani on hosting eight matches of the PSL 4 successfully at the National Stadium Karachi and announced that preparations for hosting the whole season of PSL 5 in Pakistan will start soon.