Time to get rid of PCB chairman and chief selector: Mohammad Amir

YB WEB DESK. Dated: 10/29/2022 12:02:14 PM

Islamabad, Oct 28 Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir lashed out at Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Ramiz Raja, after the Men in Green lost to Zimbabwe in the T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12 match against Craig Ervine's Zimbabwe on Thursday, October 27 at the Perth Stadium. After restricting their opponents to 130, Pakistan failed to chase down the target, falling short by just one run. Amir, who last played for Pakistan in 2020, said that it’s necessary to get rid of Raja after some poor piece of team selection. Amir took to Twitter and wrote, "From day one I said poor selection ub is cheez ki responsibility kon le ga I think it's time to get rid of so called chairman jo pcb ka khuda bana hwa hai and so called chief selector."After Pakistan lost to Zimbabwe in the Super 12 clash, Babar Azam, their skipper, was clear cut in saying that his team wasn't up to the mark in terms of batting. The 28-year-old said that the regular fall of wickets didn’t help Pakistan by any stretch of the imagination in their run-chase. “We would have taken 130 at the halfway stage. Very disappointing performance, we are not up to the mark in batting. We have good batters but both openers got out in the powerplay. When Shadab and Shan were building partnership, unfortunately Shadab got out and then back-to-back wickets that pushed us into pressure situation. First 6 overs, we haven't used the new ball well but we finished well with the ball. We will sit out, discuss our mistakes and we will train hard and come back strong in our next game,” Babar was quoted as saying. Pakistan's.


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