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The cricket squad captained by Babar Azam in Pakistan lost one wicket to the West Indies Opening Test.


Waqar Younis blamed the West Indies for the loss of Pakistan in the substandard field.

Younis is the Pakistan cricket team’s bowling coach.

Pakistan lost the West Indies opening test with a single wicket.

Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis remarked the shoddy fielding of the side slanted the first test towards Western Indian support.

Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis stated the shoddy fields of the squad had skewed the first test for West India. In the opening test of the two-game series, Kemar Roach’s perseverance and tenacity enabled West Indies to get away with a one-wicket victory over Pakistan at Sabina Park, Kingston. “We wouldn’t get a better beauty ad for Test Cricket. Both teams fought extremely well, but regrettably, we could not get some decent chances in a critical period of the match, which cost us at the end, “Waqar remarked in a Pakistan Cricket Board statement (PCB).

“The ground was good for seam bowling and our pacers really bowled brilliantly. Without question, we had to defend a low target but we really struggled hard, and it was only a few dropped receptions that took away our game, “He added that.

The great pacer also applauded Pakistan’s efforts. “I’m so proud of my bowlers. And brilliantly bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi and Hasan Ali. I have great faith in Mohammad Abbas’s ability. He was really excellent in the game but he didn’t get many wickets, sadly, “Waqar said. Waqar added.

The former bowler expressed the expectation that in the last test match against the host nation Pakistan would play a better display from Friday.

“We’ve got to applaud Babar Azam for the manner he kept his nerves and made some solid choices at the previous match,” Waqar added.

“Leggie Yasir Shah is a match-winner and we are fortunate to have a terrific spinner with Nauman Ali. In the second game, we’ll go with a good attitude and attempt to do better, “He added that.

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