PSL 2022: Inzamam lashes out at Babar Azam after Karachi Kings’ fourth consecutive loss



2022-02-05 09:22:00

Former chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq lashed out at Karachi Kings captain Babar Azam for not ending the match on Friday regardless of taking part in the complete quota of 20 over towards Peshawar Zalmi at Nationwide Stadium Karachi.

Karachi Kings’ poor efficiency continued to frustrate the followers within the seventh version of Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) because the Babar Azam-led facet has misplaced all their matches within the event.

Talking on Geo Information Programme Jashn-e-Cricket, former nationwide cricket crew captain Inzamam-ul-Haq criticized Babar Azam for not having the ability to end the match with a win.

“If you are the world’s number one cricket player and stands on wicket throughout 20 overs then you should be finishing the match otherwise get out without playing complete overs, said Inzamam after the Kings failed to achieve the target of 174.

World’s No.1 ranked T20I batsman Babar Azam faced the first and the last ball of the innings but was far from his best despite finishing at 90 not out. His 63-ball innings included 12 fours and a six.

The former captain was also not pleased with the home team’s selection and batting order in the PSL 2022.

Inzamam-ul-Haq also criticized Australian authorities for declaring Mohammad Husnain’s bowling action “illegal”.

Hasnain has been taking part in cricket for 2-3 years and his bowling motion didn’t appear to be unlawful, he stated.

“Why 90% of players get banned after going to Australia,” he questioned.

Inzamam stated that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) ought to have sorted out Hasnain’s bowling motion difficulty earlier than the beginning of PSL.

Pacer Mohammad Hasnain has been suspended from bowling after being discovered to have an unlawful bowling motion.

Hasnain was reported by umpire Gerard Abood after bowling within the KFC Large Bash League match between Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers at Sydney Showground Stadium on January 2.

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