After dropped from the squad, Mohammad Hafeez hits back against PCB head coach Misbahul Haq
ISLAMABAD - After being dropped from the Australia squad, Mohammad Hafeez hits back against Pakistan Cricket head coach Misbahul Haq.
Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez is disappointed after he was not picked to represent the Men in Green for the upcoming tour of Australia.
While talking to Cricket Pakistan in an exclusive interview, the Faisalabad-born revealed that he and fellow all-rounder Shoaib Malik were no longer part of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s plans.
“From what I have heard, PCB has made a policy about keeping me and Shoaib Malik out of the side but they are reluctant to talk about it openly in public,” said Hafeez. “I was expecting to be part of the T20I side because I can still serve Pakistan in white-ball cricket.”
The right-hander also said that the holding the dual role of head coach-cum-chief selector will prove to be a difficult task for Misbahul Haq.
“Misbah must have thought this through before opting to join the side in this challenging role,” he said. “If I was in his place, I would have first gained experience because it is an extremely difficult task and you are answerable for a lot of questions.