Kamran Akmal and Wahab Riaz disappointed Over CWC Selection
A few days ago, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced national team of the World Cup 2019. World Cup 2019 is going to start on May 30, in England and Wales. There were some notable exclusions from the team and some of them also expressed their dissatisfaction that they were not selected while they behaved well on the national circuit.
Kamran Akmal and Wahab Riaz both show their anger for not been selected for the World Cup 2019. Apart from them, there are other players who are disappointed for not being a part of Cricket World Cup 2019. The players such as Wahab, Fawad Alam, and Mohammad Irfan were constantly overlooked. ”
Kamran had also spoken of his younger brother, Umar, who could not qualify for the mega event either. Umar made his return to Pakistan after a two-year gap in the five-game ODI series against Australia and he played relatively well. However, he missed the bus to the World Cup. Kamran’s last international appearance dates back to April 2017 against the Windies.
Wahab also expressed disappointment about this. “There are good and bad times in cricket. Every time I have the opportunity to play for the national team, I’ll be playing”. Wahab Riaz played for the last time in limited series cricket for Pakistan in October 2018.
He also mentioned that the English team, led by Eoin Morgan, seemed to be the strongest for the World Cup, but did not exclude Pakistan from the tournament. Pakistan, led by Sarfaraz Ahmed, will play its first game against the West Indies on Friday, May 31st at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham.