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Pakistan should not overreact to defeat: Misbah

Abu Dhabi : United Arab Emirates | Feb 28, 2012 at 5:03 AM PST
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Pakistan's captain Misbah-ul-Haq

Misbah said Pakistan should not overreact to the defeat.

“All those who watch are sentimental and they talk like this. You analyse by sitting down and if you have a replacement for a player then you replace him. Drastic changes will not help,” he added.

Pakistan are likely to bring in former Australian batsman Dav Whatmore to replace Mohsin Khan as coach. Their next assignment will be the Asia Cup in Dhaka next month, where they face one-day world champions India, as well as Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. ABU DHABI: Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq on Tuesday cautioned against a drastic overhaul in personnel after one-day and Twenty20 losses against England, warning that change for change’s sake could be damaging in the long-run.

Misbah said he was disappointed by the series defeats but all the players were responsible.

“I think we did try our best but England came back strongly in the last three overs. Credit must be given to them. I think we are responsible…

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ABU DHABI: Pakistan's Misbah-ul-Haq on Tuesday cautioned against a drastic overhaul in personnel after one-day and Twenty20 losses against England, warning that change for change's sake could be damaging in the long-run.
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