Pakistan’s opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq has revealed the reason behind his team’s ordinary performance in international cricket. According to him, teams like India and England are constantly performing well at the top level by backing the young players, which he feels Pakistan are currently not doing.
The Men in Green were phenomenal in the 90s and early 2000s but they have drifted apart in the last decade.
The selectors have been lambasted for not backing youngsters and Imam highlighted the same point when he compared Pakistan with India and England.
“I have spoken to Eoin Morgan and Virat Kohli, two of the most successful captains in white-ball cricket. I have heard from them and their players that the cricketers get a full go and a proper run to prove themselves. I think this is where we are lacking,” Imam told sports presenter Sawera Pasha on the YouTube show ‘Cricast’. “I think if we find that consistency, we will get better results. In South Africa, we managed to chase 330, because the core of the ODI side has been the same for a while.”It is safe to say that my relationship with Audi India is more of a Test match than just a T20