Wasim Akram criticises Shoaib Malik, selecters
LAHORE: Wasim Akram, the former Pakistan captain, has criticised Shoaib Malik for his captaincy and for not bowling his off-spin in important matches, and also not including the match-winning bowler in the team.
The former captain of Pakistan cricket team, criticizing the captain of the present national team, said that he avoided to bowl in important matches and bowled against easy rivals.
Wasim Akram said that it was the captainís fault and not the selectorsí for not playing Abdul Rauf after he took three wickets in a match.
He also criticized the selection committee and called for inclusion of Mohammad Aamer, the 16-year-old left-arm seamer from Rawalpindi, into the national team.