Moin Khan says there is a big communication problem for Pakistan


In the ongoing ODI World Cup, Pakistan finally faced their first defeat of the tournament as they lost to arch-rivals India by seven wickets.

Meanwhile, this loss has not gone down well with their ex-players and fans who have heavily criticized the team.

Moreover, this is Pakistan’s second loss to India in just two months as they lost to them in the Asia Cup.

On the other hand, while talking about Pakistan’s recent loss, former wicketkeeper-batter, Moin Khan has stated that there is a huge communication gap between players and coaching staff.

Furthermore, Pakistan has appointed the South African trio of Mickey Arthur, Andrew Puttick, and Morne Morkel as their team director, batting coach, and bowling coach respectively.

Grant Bradburn who is a New Zealander is the team’s head coach at the moment.

Most of the coaching staff has English-speaking people and that is why I feel there is a communication gap. I think there is a huge communication gap between the players, the coaching staff, and the trainers. Fitness levels also have a role in the performances of the team going down.

Pakistan to face stiff challenge from Australia in Bengaluru

After winning two games on the trot against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka, Pakistan once again fell short against India.

However, a bigger challenge awaits them in Bengaluru and it is none other than Australia.

The game is going to be played in Bengaluru on the 20th of October and will be a good game.

Therefore, Babar will have to inspire some confidence in his team so that they can overcome the Aussie challenge.

Talking about Australia, they didn’t have the best of starts in the ODI World Cup.

They firstly lost to India in their opening game and then to South Africa.

But, they are now facing Sri Lanka and have a good chance of winning today’s game.

Meanwhile, the Australia vs Pakistan game will be a fiercely contested one for fans on both sides.

This game is also a chance for the two sides to increase their chances of going into the semifinals.

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