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Sarfaraz Is A Brainless Captain With No Plan Says Shoaib Akhtar

After watching the Pakistani team lose in the most humiliating way Shoaib Akhter has blasted Pakistani cricket captain and the cricket team selectors for a poor job. This is the seventh time Pakistan has lost to India in the world cup and Pakistanis are way beyond angry.

Shoaib Akhtar Is Ticked At The Brainless Captain  

After Pakistan lost the match to India, the Ex-cricketer also known as Rawalpindi express took to the social media to express his anger pointing out a range of problems which he felt needed to be addressed ASAP in order to improve the team’s performance and save themselves from further humiliations.

Changes Need To Be Made

In the video, the fastballer expressed his anger over Pakistani captain Sarfaraz decision to bowl first instead of batting, thereby giving India a critical advantage. While referring to him as a brainless captain, he said it is the captain’s duty to asses who is the weakest link in the team and what team formation will give the opponent a tough time.

Safaraz has shown no signs of involvement in any aspect of the team’s decision. He further criticized the teams coaching and opined that it should be done by our legendary and experienced cricket players instead of foreign coaches as they don’t coach with the same level of enthusiasm and have a hard time catching the players due to the language.

Bowlers Need To Do Better

According to him, the so-called star bowlers of our team performed to the worst of their abilities. The ex-cricketer was ticked at Hassan Ail for not delivering on the field and giving away so many runs. The brainless captain’s body language was pathetic as if he was the least bit interested in the match and didn’t give a damn regarding the team’s performance. It was the captain’s job to bring the team back on track when it got derailed.

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