Pakistan cricket team’s head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq has said that he wants the team to play aggressive cricket, attacking cricket and win, Geo News has reported.
According to the details, Misbah while addressing a press conference in Lahore said, “This is a huge responsibility for me and I am happy that people had the confidence in me to entrust me with this responsibility.”
The former captain continued, “There was a lot of talk about the type of cricket I used to play and what type of cricket I would bring once I became the coach”, adding that “I will try to play aggressive cricket, to play attacking cricket and win.”
“I have always wanted to bring professionalism to the team. From top to the bottom and bottom to the top into the team”, he added.
About the criticism that has been coming the team’s way, he said, “I know how to handle criticism, the key is to listen to people and if it is important then a person should have enough to listen and improve themselves”.
However, he said that if the criticism is relevant then you should know how to handle that as well.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on September 4, appointed Misbahul Haq as the head coach and chief selector of the men’s national team and Waqar Younis as the bowling coach.