Wasim Akram is the best bowler, the world of cricket has ever produced. The left arm fast bowler is still considered the most lethally beautiful bowler in the world, and his style is not easily duplicated and his calibre is beyond any doubt. Though like every Pakistani bowler, he has his fair share of controversies and the bad behavior and even spots of match fixing, he has also delivered Pakistan a lot.
The current Pakistani players have also inherited their fair share of scandals and controversies, but the difference of them from the previous players is that they are not delivering anything and they are at the end of their careers very early as they have just started, and in that regard, the example of Mohammad Asif is suffice. Another is our skipper Shoaib Malik
It seems that Shoaib Malik hasn’t believed yet that he is leading an international team, and he doesn’t have a clue as what to do with this gigantic responsibility. Wasim Akram, the former Pakistan captain, has criticised Shoaib Malik for his captaincy and for not bowling his offspin regularly, and called for the inclusion of Mohammad Aamer, the 16-year-old left-arm seamer, into the national team.
It’s time PCB should change the captain quickly well before the Champions Trophy.More on:Champions Trophy, Mohammad Aamer, Mohammad Asif, PCB, Shoaib Malik, Wasim Akram
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