The Men in Green finished fifth on the points table
Pakistan Team Manager Talat Ali has issued an “all is well” report, after the Men in Green’s disappointing 2019 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup campaign.
According to details, Ali has termed the attitude and discipline of the cricketers exemplary while also stating that news of grouping within the side as baseless.
The report gave a detailed account of team’s activities during the event and stated that no incident of violation of discipline occurred during the long tour, while the players fully complied with the curfew time as well.
About the news of grouping within the team, he said that the players had no differences and everyone played with unity. The team made a comeback after initial defeats but it was unfortunate for them to not make it to the semi-finals.
After losing to India, Ali issued clearance to the players involved in the Sheesha Cafe scandal. He said that the pictures that were seen on the media were from two days before the match.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has stated that they are yet to receive such a report but sources have confirmed that Ali handed over the report to, one of, PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani or Managing Director Wasim Khan during a meeting in London.
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