Islamabad, Mar.9 (ANI): Amidst the massive hue and cry over Pakistan's winless tour of Australia, former captain Inzamam-ul-Haq believes that it is the time for Pakistan cricket to move on rather than dwelling on the negative aspect of the tour, and the players and management should work for a better future.
"I believe that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and players should not dwell on the negatives of this tour and instead build for the future. The tour is over, it's done and dusted, it's finished with, don't keep on thinking about the tour of Australia and looking at what went wrong," Inzamam said.
Inzamam said the players should learn more from their mistakes during the tour and try to rectify their faults instead of just thinking over the defeat again and again, which would cause more problems for Pakistan cricket.
Commenting on Pakistan's chances of defending its title in the forthcoming T20 World Championship, which is scheduled to be held in April-May in the Caribbean, Inzamam said Pakistan would be amongst the favourites for the tournament.
"Pakistan are a formidable Twenty over team and they will be amongst the favourites for this tournament. They have a fine array of stroke makers and wicket taking bowlers and yes, I think they can retain the trophy," PakPassion.net quoted Inzamam, as saying. (ANI)