Umar Akmal, a fiery middle-order batsman, has questioned the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) unjust behaviour in continually ignoring him for the national team.
During a podcast with famed YouTuber Nadir Ali, Umar Akmal stated that he still has what it takes to be a regular part in Pakistan’s middle-order.
The 32-year-old asserted that he was not given enough opportunities to establish his worth and was made a scapegoat by the PCB’s management. He stated that his track record at the highest level speaks for itself and that he should be considered for the future series.
Umar went on to say that he is still one of the country’s top middle-order batters, and that Pakistan does not have many options in this position.
No Pakistani hitter has a higher middle-order average in Tests, ODIs, or T20Is over the last five years than me.
Umar recently had flashes of brilliance during the ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Despite his stunning efforts in a few games, his inconsistency cost him 95 runs in five innings at an average of 23.75 and a strike rate of 186.72.