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Questioning the team selection, Shoaib Akhtar said, Pakistan is playing school level cricket

New Delhi,  In the second Test match being played between Pakistan and New Zealand, the visiting team is seen on the backfoot. New Zealand have put huge scores in front of Pakistan in the first innings and the conditions of Pakistan’s team cannot be said to be good. In the first Test, Pakistan has lost by 101 runs and the team’s chances of victory in the second Test are few. Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has strongly targeted the PCB on this poor condition of Pakistan.

Shoaib Akhtar says that the average players are being selected in the team who are playing school level cricket. He said that what the Pakistan Cricket Board is sowing is reaping the crop. They are bringing mediocre players in the team and playing mediocre cricket and this is also expected to result in average. Pakistan’s team will be exposed whenever they play Test cricket.

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He further said that, Pakistani cricketers are playing school level cricket and the management is making them players of school level. Shoaib said that now there will be talk of changing the team management, but when will you change. Let us tell you that New Zealand team declared the innings by scoring 659 runs for 6 wickets on the basis of 238 runs of captain Kane Williamson. In addition, Henry Nicholls scored 157 runs and Daryl Mitchell also scored an unbeaten 102 runs.

New Zealand had a significant lead of 362 runs in the first innings. By the end of the third day’s play in the second innings, the Pakistan team has scored 8 runs for one wicket and is 354 runs behind. The chances of Pakistan winning in this Test also are slim.


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