Wasim and Inzamam criticize Misbah's body language

Wasim and Inzamam criticize Misbah’s body language

Pakistan lost in the second T20 against England. Where coach Misbah-ul-Haq was shown several times on TV camera. Every time he felt frustrated. Former Pakistan captains Wasim Akram and Inzamam-ul-Haq criticize Misbah’s body language.

The batsmen performed well with the bat, but the Pakistani bowlers failed to defend 195 runs. Misbah was seen shaking his head more than once after seeing random bowling.

In this regard, Wasim Akram said, ‘Hands on the head is not a good sign for any coach. It’s okay for teams and bowlers to be beaten, but body language is very important for a coach. It doesn’t matter what the situation is, his job is to always be positive. And if you can’t do that, at least show positive. ‘

Inzamam-ul-Haq said on his YouTube channel, ‘The camera shows Misbah sitting with his hands on his head in the 5th over of England’s innings. Too bad something has happened which is enough. You are sending the wrong message. If you do that as a coach, it will have a bad effect on the team.

Inzamam added, ‘Mickey Arthur (former Pakistan coach) used to do exactly the same. Whenever I have spoken to cricketers, they have complained that Arthur’s actions have affected them. No matter what happens in the match, only positive vibes should go from the dressing room. ‘