Azhar Ali was the lone fighter for Pakistan in ODI series against Bangladesh © IANS
Azhar Ali was the lone fighter for Pakistan in ODI series against Bangladesh © IANS

Karachi: In the wake of Pakistan‘s 3-0 ODI drubbing against Bangladesh, legendary cricketer Imran Khan has called for a major overhaul of his country’s cricket board and ‘flawed’ domestic cricket circuit. Pakistan suffered a historic whitewash at the hands of Bangladesh and also lost the subsequent lone T20. Shahid Afridi: Will quit, if I become a burden for the team

Reflecting on the team’s miserable performance, Pakistan’s former International Cricket Council‘s (ICC) chief, Ehsan Mani, on Sunday stated that that there had been no focus on domestic cricket and the PCB was in need of a major overhaul. Echoing similar views, Pakistan’s former captain Imran Khan said he had been saying since 1980s that the domestic cricket structure is deeply flawed and needs to be overhauled, the Dawn reported. Afridi downplays loss to Bangladesh, saying “bad times” are part of life

Imran expressed that Pakistan cricket has hit rock bottom while backing PCB chief (Shahryar Khan) and ex-ICC chief (Ehsan Mani) suggestions that domestic structure needs overhauling. Pakistan cricket structure, PCB need major changes, says Ehsan Mani