The recently appointed head coach and chief selector of Pakistan National Team, Misbah ul Haq has talked about the performance of players in the ongoing Pakistan tour of Australia in which Aussies have demolished Pakistans’ batting and bowling line-ups and Pakistan lost Test and T20 series awfully.
Misbah has concluded that the situation at the Australia were not good so that, the players have failed to perform.
“The conditions were not suitable here at Australia for spinners so, it was hard for them to perform and thus, they failed”, said Misbah.
According to Misbah, Yasir Shah, who is Pakistani leg spinner, has failed to perform on Australian pitches due to conditions there and he has always given outclass performance in Asian conditions.
He has used Nathan Lyon’s performance as a card for his team and said that, he also failed to perform and was struggling for getting up the wickets at Day 2 and 3 however, it was Lyon’s home ground conditions.
“When you come and play in these conditions, it’s difficult for spinners. Lyon got wickets on the last day in second Test also, before that he had two wickets. In Asian conditions, Yasir’s performances have always been good and we’re looking forward to him stepping up there and performing well because he’s our main match-winner,” he added.
Pakistan cricket crew had an awful visit to Australia, where they lost T20I arrangement by 2-0, trailed by a whitewash in the more drawn out organization. They are reliably performing poor over all the arrangements since long. After the 2019 World Cup upset, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) supplanted Mickey Arthur and designated Misbah-ul-Haq as the main selector and the lead trainer of the national squad so as to accomplish great outcomes.
Be that as it may, under his mentorship, the side is yet to win their first game in T20Is and Tests. Presently, Misbah has turned out raising worries over the type of three players in the group. In the most recent ICC Test group positioning, the Men dressed in Green have been dropped to the eighth position in the wake of getting whipped by Australia in two-match series.