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cricketers called for drastic
changes to the Pakistan team
yesterday after its shambolic per-
formance in the Champions Tro-
Pakistan lost all three group
matches to be eliminated from the
tournament as its batsmen crum-
bled against West Indies, South
Africa and archrival India with the
scores of 170, 167 and 165 respec-
Fast bowling great Wasim
Akram told Geo Television that
Pakistan used to give India a tough
fight during his playing days, and
he was surprised to see Pakistan
struggling on a batting-friendly
wicket at Edgbaston on Saturday.
"We didn t used to play like
what I saw on Saturday as our
batsmen fell like pack of cards,"
Akram said. "Someone has to be
brave enough and prepare young
cricketers when seniors are not
Last month Akram trained Pak-
istan s bowlers at a camp in
Karachi and spent few days with
the Champions Trophy squad
when the team convened at the
northern city of Abbottabad.
But after watching senior bats-
men like Imran Farhat, Shoaib
Malik, Mohammad Hafeez and
Kamran Akmal struggling badly
in England, Akram said changes
needed to be made.
"I don t know if there is lack of
ability in our players or there s
some psychological problem, but
drastic steps should be taken," he
In sharp contrast, India s top
order batsmen---led by Shikhar
Dhawan s back to back centuries
against South Africa and the West
Indies---won all three of its match-
es and topped Group B.
Pakistan batting great Javed
Miandad gave advice to batsmen
at a camp in Abbottabad before
Australia s Trend Woodhill took
over as Pakistan batting consultant
Former test fast bowler Sikander
Bakhat said that change of coach
led to confusion among the Pak-
"It looked as if our batsmen got
confused after getting so many
advices," Bakht said.
Bakht said Pakistan has to bring
some fresh thinking to the team
and get out of the defensive mind-
set of captain Misbah-ul-Haq.
"Bring in some new captain,
why not Asad Shafiq?" Bakht said.
Shafiq was the top scorer against
India with 41.
Former coach Mohsin Khan said
it was not only disappointing but
"depressing to see" Pakistan bats-
men struggling in the Champions
"Our batting graph kept on
going down with every match and
that was very depressing," said
Pakistan s next international
assignment is five-match one-day
series and two Twenty20s in the
West Indies next month.
LONDON---Kevin Pietersen has con-
firmed he is ready to return from
injury and play for Surrey on Friday,
boosting England s hopes of the
batsman being fit for the start of the
Asked by a follower on Twitter if he
would be involved in Surrey s County
Championship match against Yorkshire,
Pietersen replied "YES I AM!"
Pietersen has not played since
March and faces a race against time
to prove his fitness and form ahead
of the first Ashes test against Aus-
tralia at Trent Bridge on July 10.
Should he come through the
game for Surrey unscathed,
Pietersen could play in England s
warm-up match against Essex on
Former Test players want Pakistan shakeup
Pakistan's Muhammad Irfan, left, calls out to his teammate to catch the ball off
West Indies' Johnson Charles during their ICC Champions Trophy group B cricket
match at the Oval cricket ground in London. AP PHOTO
Pietersen ready to return
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