Muhammad Waseem protests for not being selected for Petangular Cup

Saturday, February 9, 2008

ISLAMABAD: Test cricketer Mohammad Waseem has strongly protested for not being selected for the Pentangular Cup and demanded from the patron and the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to take notice of the violation of merit by the selection committee.

Addressing the news conference in Islamabad, Mohammad Waseem told that he has scored 544 runs in 11 innings at an average of 45 and come at number four on the performance basis according to the PCB’s official ranking.

He said that the performance of Naveed Qureshi, Babar Naeem, Raheel Majeed, Umair Khan and other players was lower than his performance.

The cricketer, who has played 18 Tests and 25 One-day Internationals, said that the selection committee has damaged the merit by including players, on recommendations, in the teams of the Pentangular Cup.

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