“As a sportsman I know winning & losing are part of the game but it’s painful to watch Pak being thrashed by India without putting up a fight,” the legendary fast bowler wrote on his Twitter account.
Imran, who had led Pakistan to the World Cup title in 1992, asserted that the entire cricket structure in the country needs to be revamped in order to ensure that Pakistan again produces formidable teams as in the past.
“Unless Pak cricket structure is totally revamped/reformed, despite an abundance of talent the gap between Pak & India will keep increasing,” he tweeted.
“Pak cricket cannot be fixed if the Chairman of the PCB is not appointed on professional merit.
“Election-fixers & others who are rewarded merely for loyalty to the Sharifs will never reform Pak cricket,” Imran added.
“And we will keep facing disappointment by defeats such as the one today.”