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Parth Baxi

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And sorry. Actually I misunderstood your question.

How to solve Pakistan's T20 issues

They both looked disappointed. When someone asked Misbah in press conference, why suddenly after his appointment team has performed like this, he answered it in a very funny way that I might have told righty to play lefty and vice-versa and also mentioned that these boys are playing from last 3-4 years so they could have played better.

How to solve Pakistan's T20 issues

Yes, after losing 3-0 we can say that there was no proper planning by the coach and captain. But, there were many experienced players also who know what to do in a particular situation. Therefore, we cannot only blame the coach and the captain. Before Misbah too they have lost while chasing. Therefore, there is some mental pressure that this team has to fight while they are chasing. According to me, the whole team is responsible and not only the coach and the captain.

How to solve Pakistan's T20 issues

May be because of the experience he was in the playing XI. However, Waqar Younis while doing Hindi commentary did mention when Malik got out yesterday that this could be his last match for Pakistan.

What is the issue with Pakistan's batting?

He was there because he provides an extra bowling option if required.

What is the issue with Pakistan's batting?

Yes, this bowling unit can be dangerous when they get some movement after pitching the ball with some pace.

West Indies cop a reality check before the World Cup

I think the result of the final between both these teams will play a huge role mentally. Bangladesh would like to enter the World Cup with some positive result on their back. On the other side, West Indies did all the hard work in the series against England and just before World Cup losing against Bangladesh may affect their confidence. However, things will change when Gayle, Russell and Hetmyer will join the squad.

West Indies cop a reality check before the World Cup