Lack of Coordination and Team Spirit Blamed for Pakistan’s T20 WC Exit: Wahab Riaz

Pakistan T20 WC exit

Pakistan’s disappointing performance in the 2024 T20 World Cup has been linked to poor coordination and lack of team spirit, according to a detailed report by Senior Manager Wahab Riaz submitted to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

Local media reports indicate that this assessment was part of a comprehensive review given to PCB Director Usman Wahla, incorporating insights from team manager Mansoor Rana. The report identified several factors behind Pakistan’s early exit from the tournament.

Riaz’s analysis pointed out critical shortcomings in both strategic planning and on-field execution. “Team Pakistan did not display the necessary cricketing skills expected at such a high-profile event,” Wahab noted.

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He emphasized that poor coordination among players significantly impaired their ability to implement game plans effectively.

Wahab’s report included various recommendations aimed at improving Pakistan’s future cricketing performance. These suggestions included organizing rigorous training camps, enhancing involvement in domestic cricket, prioritizing player fitness, and arranging more international tours to help players adapt to different playing conditions.

The PCB is currently evaluating Wahab’s comprehensive report to devise strategies for the team’s future improvements.

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