Asia Cup 2018: Shoaib Malik reveals how Pakistan can learn from the Indian cricket system


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Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik is a vital cog in the side due to his invaluable experience. Having failed to make an impression in the tournament so far, Shoaib Malik and co. are desperate to improve as the business end of the competition approaches.

The veteran claimed that Pakistan could learn a thing or two from the Indian system which has helped them stay consistent. Malik emphasized the way the Indian side mold their players while adding that confidence is the key. Malik stated:

“When you are in a building process, you need time. It’s not a time to panic and change players. If you change a lot of players, newcomers will also need time. We have to see India’s system, how they develop their players. They are the best side in the world. You have to give confidence to the players that the management. the captain and the selection committee have picked. 

The 36-year-old also went on to reveal that the PCB Chairman paid a visit to the dressing room to instill faith in the side that is low on confidence as per coach Mickey Arthur.

The current group of players have failed to stick together as a unit in the fitures so far with the Men In Green losing to their arch-rivals twice so far. The form of the openers and the performances of the bowling line-up are few of the reasons behind Pakistan’s failure.

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