'Enough Is Enough..', Former Pakistan Cricketer Rips Into Team For India Defeat

Wasim Akram has called for radical changes after the T20 World Cup. Unfortunately, radical changes are not new in Pakistan's cricket setup but over the last two years, none of the changes have worked for the team. Ever since they finished runners-up at the 2022 T20 World Cup, they failed to qualify for the knockouts of the 2023 ODI World Cup and now are on the verge of being eliminated from the ongoing tournament.
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'Enough Is Enough..', Former Pakistan Cricketer Rips Into Team For India Defeat.

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Former Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram has said that Pakistan's poor performances have hit the roof and someone needs to bring in major changes to the setup to improve the condition. After losing to the United States of America for the biggest shocker in T20 World Cup history, Pakistan choked on their own batting when they failed to chase down 120 against India.
Akram has called for radical changes after the T20 World Cup. Unfortunately, radical changes are not new in Pakistan's cricket setup but over the last two years, none of the changes have worked for the team. Ever since they finished runners-up at the 2022 T20 World Cup, they failed to qualify for the knockouts of the 2023 ODI World Cup and now are on the verge of being eliminated from the ongoing tournament.
Disappointed with the performances of the current Pakistan side and its off-field activities, Akram has urged the board to call a new set of players and form an XI around them whatever the result maybe.
"Enough is enough. We need changes now. Bring in a new team – six to seven players and then back them through losses so that they can develop as a team. It's time for the PCB chairman to take a bold step. We keep hearing [of the team] that this guy isn't talking to that guy, or that guy isn't talking to him," Akram said in a video posted on his social media handles.
From staging a brilliant comeback by picking seven wickets for 30 runs, Pakistan underwent the same collapse. "Pakistan team doesn't need enemies. They themselves are enough. Should we spoon-feed them everything? Should we need to tell them what the situation is," Akram asked.
"Now I've started feeling embarrassed. As a Pakistani, I want to back Pakistan team. But there is a limit to everything. It was a very sad day for Pakistan cricket, unfortunately. I can't even speak right now. Obviously, you'll be frustrated," Akram added.
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