Series Defeat Against England Must Be An Eye Opener For PCB: Waqar Younis

Dubai; Nov.30:  After worst defeat in One Day International and T20 series against England in United Arab Emirates (UAE) head Coach of Pakistan team Waqar Younis has said that it should be an eye opener for team management and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) must invest in foreign coaches for betterment in cricket.

The 44-year-old further insisted that the top domestic players should be groomed as per the international standards so that they could benefit the team in the future.

Speaking on Pakistan next year's tour to England, Waqar said that his side need rigorous preparation against the hosts.

Earlier, Pakistan suffered a three-run defeat against England in a last over thriller in Dubai and thereby lost the three-match T20 series 0-2. The final match will be played in Sharjah on Monday.

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