“That Was A Huge Mistake”: Ex-Pakistan Skipper Weighs In On Babar Azam Captaincy Debate

Pakistan cricket staff skipper Babar Azam© AFP

Former Pakistan cricket staff skipper Rashid Latif believes that there isn’t a unrest within the present nationwide facet below the management of Babar Azam and he emphasised the truth that there solely work as a distraction for the cricketers. In a video launched on his private YouTube channel, Latif stated that Babar is arguably the most effective participant within the Pakistan cricket staff in the mean time and because of this, there isn’t a hazard to his management from a expertise perspective. A variety of rumours have been doing the rounds a couple of rift within the Pakistan facet however Latif rubbished any such claims within the video.

“No matter is occurring to Babar proper now, the identical factor occurred to Sarfaraz a number of years in the past. That was a giant mistake and we raised our voices towards that. It was a really unhealthy transfer. We nonetheless have not recovered from that,” Latif stated within the video.

“Should you suppose you are able to do a reset after eradicating Babar from captaincy… you stated that the gamers are.netplaining (about Babar). There isn’t any one who can stand in entrance of him proper now,” he added.

There have been additionally some rumours about an obvious battle between Babar and the PCB however Latif was of the opinion that the nationwide staff presently lacks any viable choice to switch the star batsman.

“You inform me the choices. How a lot does Shadab (Khan) play? He misses 50 % matches resulting from harm. He isn’t an choice. If Shadab is out there all through, I might’ve stated myself that Babar can step down. Shaheen (Afridi) is out of harm as effectively. There’s just one man who performs all of the matches,” he concluded.

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