PAK vs NZ Live: ‘PCB Should Immediately Sack Babar Azam As Test Captain’. At the National Stadium in Karachi, the second and final Test of the two-match series is being played between Pakistan and New Zealand. The first test was drawn, and the hosts narrowly avoided disaster when poor lighting forced the last day of play to end. Danish Kaneria, a former leg-spinner, thinks Sarfaraz Ahmed ought to captain Pakistan in Test matches.
This was their first home whitewash, and Babar Azam’s leadership had been questioned following the 0-3 loss to England in the recently finished Test series. The defeat to Australia last year under Babar was one of the Men in Green’s four home Test losses. Prior to losing his position as captain in 2019 due to poor performance, Sarfaraz Ahmed has already led Pakistan in multiple formats.
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Babar Hasn’t Been Able To Lead The Side Well – Danish Kaneria
Sarfaraz Ahmed should captain Pakistan in Test matches, according to Danish Kaneria, who stated this during a live session on his YouTube channel. Babar’s captaincy in the longer format hasn’t been up to par.
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“Sarfaraz Ahmed should be made Pakistan’s Test captain. He is a better option than Babar Azam. Babar hasn’t been able to lead the side well in red-ball cricket. You cannot let the opposition team score so many runs in such situations,” Danish Kaneria said.
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The Bowlers Were Quite Lethargic – Danish Kaneria
Danish Kaneria blasted Pakistan’s batsmen for their inability to score on a pitch when the tailenders from New Zealand did a good job of batting. A total of 449 runs were scored in the first innings thanks to a 104-run partnership between Matt Henry and Ajaz Patel for the last wicket. Kaneria criticized the bowlers for allowing the batters in the bottom order to amass an excessive amount of runs.
“The Pakistani batters flopped on a wicket where even New Zealand’s tailenders scored runs. The bowlers were quite lethargic to say the least, letting the lower-order batters accumulate a lot of runs. New Zealand were able to post 449 runs due to that, and these are a lot of runs for the Pakistani team.”