Huge challenge awaits Pakistan against BD: Mohsin

KARACHI: Lack of accountability at all fronts of Pakistan cricket is the main cause of team’s inconsistent and string of poor performances, former chief coach Mohsin Khan said on Tuesday.

“Pakistan team has been performing poorly and nothing is being taken seriously,” he told APP.

He said the way team is performing, they would be facing huge challenge against an inspired Bangladesh team.

“Our top order is flopping time and again and that is raising lots of question marks,” he added. He said if nothing dramatic changed in Pakistan team showing, Bangladesh could prove a very dangerous opposition in their do-or-die encounter.

“National team has suffered greatly in the series against England, New Zealand and in Asia Cup we now were humiliated by India,” he commented. “Losing and winning is part of the game. But Pakistan’s talented team is playing very poor cricket,” he said.

“There no accountability of players, coaching staff and other helms of affair of national cricket,” he said. He expressed his surprise that why players are not delivering and coaching staff failed to motivate them.

He feared something wrong in the team as they were outclassed and outplayed by India and struggled against minnows United Arab Emirates. Former chief selector Mohsin Khan held team management and selection equally responsible for debacle in Asia Cup.

He said lame excuses from captain, team management were coming up without showing any compliments for the winning team.

He said everything would change with one win which is not good and if we are good we would return with trophy. Mohsin Khan also sees bleak scenario in ICC World T20 the way things are heading.