Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Akhtar Blasts Sarfaraz Ahmed after Loss, Calls Him "Brainless Captain"

Pakistani Cricketer Shoaib Akhtar Blasts Sarfaraz Ahmed after Loss, Calls Him "Brainless Captain"

Disclosing Pakistan's powerlessness to pursue, Akhtar referred to their pursuit against India in 1999 notwithstanding having any semblance of Inzamam ul Haq, Yusuf, Saeed Anwar, Shahid Afridi. "We don't have a background marked by pursuing. Inzamam, Yusuf, Saeed Anwar, Shahid Afridi all huge batsmen were playing in this ground in 1999 and we needed to make 227, we couldn't do that. So when you found the opportunity subsequent to winning the hurl you ought to have batted," he said. 

Akhtar further proceeded to condemn the Pakistani players who hoped to need expectation in the pursuit. Excepting the 104-run organization between Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman, nothing appeared to be encouraging for Pakistan in the pursuit of 338 in Manchester. 
"There was no reasoning, one-dimensional players came to bat, however, the hurl was pivotal to win it and in that regardless of whether Pakistan scored 260 they would have done it in light of the fact that the weight is on required run rate. Be that as it may, who might let them know? I believe it's a very disheartening and unsettling execution by Pakistan group chief and that is the reason I was stating that think carefully however he attempted to not think carefully." 

Previous Pakistan quick bowler Shoaib Akhtar communicated his disappointment after the annihilation by means of a video on his Youtube channel, propelling a scorching assault on chief Sarfaraz Ahmed and bowler Hasan Ali. Akhtar called attention to that Sarfaraz showed up a 'brainless' captain when he picked to handle first in the wake of winning the hurl. 
Shoaib Akhtar excoriates Pak skipper Sarfaraz after misfortune to WI, calls him 'fat and unfit' 
"He's the principal commander I've seen who is so unfit. He's not ready to move crosswise over and he's battling with wicket-keeping," Akhtar said. 

He, in any case, appeared to be sure of making a rebound in the competition and showered acclaim on pacer Mohammad Amir, who got three wickets for only 26 runs. "Today was an awful day. Sure my group will ricochet back. Great to see Amir bowling admirably. Continuously great help here in England," Sarfaraz said. 
Pakistan next plays England at Trent Bridge on Monday and they will have their assignment removed as the Englishmen are looking certain and whipped South Africa in their opening game. 

Nonetheless, Ahmed was by all account not the only one who got the rage of Akhtar, who was likewise vigorously disparaging of Hasan Ali, who gave away 84 keeps running in nine overs. 
"Hasan Ali, who never shies from hopping around at the Wagah outskirt, couldn't put forth a concentrated effort when it made a difference the most. A large number of his conveyances were short-pitched," Akhtar said. 
"His attitude is by all accounts: I need to continue playing T20s and the PSL. Be that as it may, in the World Cup, we can see that he has not demonstrated any pace or swing that could inconvenience batsmen." 

Because of the misfortune, Pakistan is moping in ninth position in the table, and need to win all their staying four diversions in the event that they are to stand an opportunity of meeting all requirements for the semi-last of the ICC World Cup 2019. ​ 

Akhtar further proceeded to condemn the Pakistani players who hoped to need a plan in the pursuit. Excepting the 104-run organization between Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman, nothing appeared to be encouraging for Pakistan in the pursuit of 338 in Manchester. 

"There was no reasoning, one-dimensional players came to bat, however, the hurl was exceptionally pivotal to win it and in that regardless of whether Pakistan scored 260 they would have done it in light of the fact that the weight is on required run rate. In any case, who might let them know? I believe it's a very disheartening and dampening execution by Pakistan group skipper and that is the reason I was stating that think carefully however he attempted to not think carefully." 

With three from five diversions, Pakistan by and by stand ninth in the focuses table. They presently need to win the staying four matches while attempting to improve their net run rate - the most noticeably awful among the 10 groups in the competition. They will next face South Africa on June 23 at Lord's before they rigging up for New Zealand on June 29.

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