ISLAMABAD: In the light of Pakistan cricket crew’s not really great exhibitions in the as of late closed T20I arrangement against New Zealand, specialists and TV savants accept that the group needs to receive a forward-looking methodology as opposed to adhering to their crude and dated way of play.
Commenting in the group’s most recent execution against the Black Caps, PSL establishment Islamabad United’s Strategy Manager Hassan Cheema said that Pakistan’s T20 approach is much the same as the relaunching of Nokia 3310 – inferring that under the sparkly facade, the Green Shirts are as yet holding dated philosophies.
“About two years ago, Nokia relaunched its 3310 model, which heightened people’s nostalgia and it led to an increase in its sale,” he utilized the similarity while addressing Geo Super. “However, in the era of iPhone 10 or Samsung [Galaxy] s20, you can only rely on nostalgia-based success to a certain extent.”
He said that throughout the previous 15 years, Pakistan group has embraced a Nokia 3310 like procedure, both in one-day cricket just as in T20s after the flight of group mentor Mickey Arthur.
“The team is only looking backwards, trying to revive its past glory,” Cheema said.” But while Pakistan is looking backwards, the world is moving forward.”
Cheema further said that Sarfaraz Ahmed’s scoring rate isn’t up to the necessity of present day one-day cricket.
“We are still stuck with the Nokia 3310 thinking and I am surprised over this because we both worked with cricket legends like Misbah-ul-Haq, Waqar Younus, and Mushtaq Ahmed who know such intricacies of the game that we cannot even learn in 50 years.”
He said that the group is making some essential bumbles in T20 matches, for example, making two anchors play in the top three.
“This is not even Nokia 3310 thinking, but a Nokia 1110 type of strategy which is even more backward,” Cheema said.