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PCB Chief Naqvi Demands ‘Major Surgery’ for Pakistan Team: Eyes New Talent Beyond Current Squad

After India's six-run loss to Babar Azam's side on Sunday in New York, Naqvi slammed the team's management.

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PCB Chief Naqvi Demands 'Major Surgery' for Pakistan Team

PCB Chief Naqvi Demands ‘Major Surgery’ for Pakistan Team: After losing another T20 World Cup match to Team India under Babar Azam’s leadership, all hell broke loose for Pakistan. The men in green on Sunday succumbed to a 6-wicket defeat at the hands of Team India in what was their second consecutive loss in the ongoing tournament. According to the PM, bank loans would soon be available to poor and middle-class citizens who live in slums, chawls, and unauthorised colonies.

In addition to unrelenting criticism, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Mohsin Naqvi has also reacted strongly to the humiliating defeat.

After India’s six-run loss to Babar Azam’s side on Sunday in New York, Naqvi slammed the team’s management.

According to the Pakistani media in New York, Naqvi said, “I thought the team needed minor surgery to start winning matches, but now it appears we have to undergo major surgery.”

“It is very disappointing the way we lost to the USA and now this loss to India. We need to now start looking at players beyond those in the team right now,” he added.

Taking over as chairman in January and later becoming the interior minister in the government, Naqvi said the PCB had done everything to facilitate players.

Even in that scenario, both teams would end with four points each and it would come down to the net run rate that determines Pakistan’s Super Eight prospects.

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