Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur seems a bit disappointed after yesterday’s defeat in the second Test against England.
“It was a poor display from us coming off such a high at Lord’s, I thought we would make such great stance but we surrendered yesterday which wasn’t good enough” said Mickey.
The head coach came to England with a very inexperienced squad, especially in the batting department, with only four players still remaining from the last time they toured the UK in 2016.
Pakistan lost by an innings and 55 runs inside three days as they could not back up their performance from the first Test at Lord’s.
However, Arthur says that the team’s growth is amazing, specially the way the youngsters performed in the last two matches.
Talking about Asad Shafiq and Azhar Ali’s performance, Arthur said, “they need to step up and I hope they’ll bounce back against New Zealand and Australia”.
Pakistan, who beat Ireland in a Test last month, will conclude their tour with two Twenty20 internationals against Scotland on June 12 and 13.