world cup 2019: pakistan cricket board to review pakistan\'s performance in last three years after wc
The Pakistan Cricket Board will conduct a \"strong review and analysis\" of the performance of the national team and its support staff, including coach Mitch Arthur, three years after the World Cup.
The PCB Council, held in Lahore on Wednesday, also agreed that the team\'s performance so far in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 was lower than expected.
So far, Pakistan has won only one of the five World Cup matches.
Failure to the arch
India\'s rivals have sparked a strong domestic backlash, with fans, punters and the media backing an investigation into the disaster.
The PCB said in a statement that the council had discussed the recent performance of the Pakistani team in all formats.
However, there are still four games to be played in the World Cup. The players in Pakistan also expressed confidence, support and confidence in the team, and hope that the team can rebound strongly and end the game with higher results.
\"As mentioned earlier, after 2019 World Cup, the PCB will carry-
A rigorous review and analysis of the performance of the team and team support staff over the past three years, and a proposal to the chairman and BoG for their consideration, the statement said.
If Pakistan fails to improve its performance in the ongoing World Cup, it is expected that there will be a major change in the management of the team, including the captain and the head coach, whose contract will expire next month.