According to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), former Pakistan Chief Selector, Mohammad Wasim has once again criticised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for the strange selection for the T20I series against Afghanistan which was made by the PCB.

As Wasim told the media in an interview, the national side will find Afghanistan to be a tough opponent during the upcoming three-match T20I series against the UAE in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Moreover, Mohammed Wasim said that despite knowing the strength of the opposition, he did not understand the philosophy of the Selection Committee when it rested five key players despite the fact that they were key players in the team.

In addition to playing 18 Tests and 25 ODIs for Pakistan, Wasim says that he has never selected players for the national team based on their performances in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

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According to the former cricketer, while he was in charge of the Pakistan cricket team as Chief Selector, he always kept domestic performance in mind when choosing players for the Pakistan team to take part in international cricket matches.

On Tuesday, Wasim took to his Twitter account and reminded everyone that these players were introduced during his tenure at the club and that he had had to face a lot of criticism for doing that at the time.

A laptop emoji was also used by the former Chief Selector to jokingly refer to the criticism he received because he brought his laptop to squad announcement press conferences, a reference to the criticism he had been given for doing so.

In addition to this, it is important to note that the PCB is facing criticism for resting five key players for the white-ball series, including Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, and Shaheen Shah Afridi.

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