Newly appointed head coach and chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team, Misbah-ul-Haq has been given the dual responsibility so that he could evolve the culture at the highest level in order to bring Pakistan cricket out of the current crisis.
While talking on a radio show, the former captain shared his wisdom for the national side as he intends to focus on discipline in all areas. He said that players need to be made aware of the importance of consistency and persistence at the international level.
The 45-year-old, who last played for Pakistan in 2016, has made it clear that he would work really hard to get the fitness level of players back on track and players would be given proper education about the ways they should treat their bodies during and after cricket seasons.
Misbah believes that fielding is still one of the biggest issues for Pakistan as the team dropped around 17 to 18 catches in the recent ICC Cricket World Cup which eventually impacted the overall performance of the green shirts.