With Pakistan’s exit from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, national team’s captaincy debate is currently serving as the hottest topic of the town. Many want the removal of Sarfaraz Ahmed to have Imad Wasim or a new captain coming into the frame while others still consider him the best option to lead the national team.
Recently, wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal decided to become a part of the debate as he believes that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) needs to bring forward a proper and effective plan. The 37-year old refrained from commenting on Pakistan’s leadership framework but urged the governing body of Pakistan cricket to think carefully for future and work accordingly.
“I guess everybody including the PCB has witnessed Sarfaraz’s track record. I can’t comment whether he should stay as captain or not, as it is purely PCB’s move. But, I think the time is right for PCB to come up with something different and something solid if they want to save Pakistan cricket,” said by Lahore born.