Pakistan’s middle order problems are still unresolved

Pakistan’s middle order problems are still unresolved

Pakistan’s middle order problems are still unresolved

Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq said on Friday that the team’s affairs in the middle order have not been resolved after their defeat during the tour of England.

Speaking at a virtual press conference in Barbados, where the team is set to begin the T20 series against the West Indies on July 27, the former captain emphasized that every match before the T20 World Cup in October  Was very important”We are close to finding our final combination.

We still have the same problems that our middle order is not performing as well as our top order.”We have to look at every match as an important match and improve our performance.

England were a top team in difficult situations, but we have to look to them for improvement.”The results were much better before the England series, we have won three series in a row,” he added.” Muhammad Hafeez has not performed as well as last year, and other middle-order players are working hard. 

Overall, the team is betterSpeaking in defense of Azam Khan, whose selection caused some controversy, Misbah-ul-Haq said, “Azam really had only one innings, so it will be too soon to say anything about him. When he will play more.  So things will be clear.

Any player who plays in this position will need to score fast runs. When you play at number six, your average will not be too high, so you cannot decide on a match.He added: “But it’s true, we didn’t bowl as well in England as we did in South Africa or at home.

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