- Babar Azam dislikes receiving advice from more experienced players.
- Gul claims that Babar Azam scolded Shadab Khan and Rizwan.
- Pakistan has been criticized for their dismal showing in the World Cup.
Former cricketer Umar Gul of Pakistan has asserted that Babar Azam, the captain of the team, dislikes receiving advice from more experienced players.
Gul further disclosed that, when the former pacer was a member of Pakistan’s coaching staff, Babar reprimanded Shadab Khan and Muhammad Rizwan during a series.
“I have seen one or two incidents when I was with the Pakistan team for a series where the captain scolded Rizwan and Shadab for speaking to bowlers. Maybe they have been told not to do so because usually, senior players advise the captain,” Gul said while speaking on a local news channel.
It should be mentioned that the Pakistani squad has been the target of criticism from all quarters due to their dismal showing in the current ICC World Cup 2023.
Pakistan’s journey to the World Cup semi-finals has been hampered by three consecutive losses.
Pakistan had the kind of start to their World Cup campaign that they would have liked, winning two games against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka. However, they were defeated by India, Australia, and Afghanistan, and now have four points from five games.
The Green Shirts now have games against South Africa, Bangladesh, New Zealand, and England, all of which they must win to go to the semifinals.
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