Despite having a weak structure which is often criticized, Pakistan has produced incredible cricket talent throughout the history. Nevertheless, you cannot expect consistency from an inefficient system as it never breeds a proper and effective mechanism for a sustainable and improved supply of cricketers.
Recently, Pakistan’s World Cup winning captain and sitting Prime Minister Imran Khan decided to share his two cents on the matter. During an electrifying gathering in the United States of America (USA), the charismatic character highlighted the poor system and nepotism as prime factors of Pakistan’s downfall in cricket and promised to eliminate them as soon as possible.
The 66-year old also decoded Pakistan’s World Cup exit as he promised to bring reforms in the sport and prepare a top class side for the next edition of the mega-event. Promoting the notion of quality over quantity, the Lahore born added that the revamping of domestic structure would help the country get maximum benefit as cricketers will witness an amelioration in their skill-set. It remains to be seen how he goes about his promises.