The recently concluded two-game Test series against Australia saw Pakistan recording a horrendous show. While the batting looked ordinary, the pace department set up new records of mediocrity. This even moved the former Australian great Ricky Ponting to call the fast-bowling department ‘the worst he witnessed in a long time’. As a result, the Kangaroos scored a pile of runs to thump Pakistan in the red-ball series.
For this reason, the cricket pundits want the selection committee to look towards the senior performers of the domestic circuit.
Former Pakistan wicket-keeper batsman Moin Khan recently endorsed this nation as he wants sense to prevail in the forthcoming series against Sri Lanka.
The 48-year old, while discussing Pakistan’s recent woeful outings, said that it is imperative to reward the domestic performers who have been doing the job consistently for their respective sides.
While he didn’t mention any name, Moin further added that it is high time to play these cricketers against the Islanders at home. The two-game red-ball series will commence from a game in Karachi on December 11 followed by the next contest scheduled in Rawalpindi from December 19.