Shoaib Malik, the veteran Pakistan cricketer, has admitted that they need to learn from the Indian system on the eve of the virtual semifinal clash against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup.
‘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 selection committee have picked,’ Shoaib Malik.
”We need to learn from how Bumrah and Bhuvi are bowling. The Indian team has a lot of very experienced players. Our boys can only learn from players who have played so many matches and also from their young players. It’s not like someone with 200 matches cannot learn from those who have played 5-10 matches. They can learn from anyone,” he added.
PAKISTAN, MEANWHILE, NEEDS TO SKIP BANGLADESH HURDLE TO ENTER ASIA CUP 2018 FINAL.