Lahore, May 10 (ANI): Former Pakistan cricket coach Intikhab Alam had described his team as a bunch of uncivilised players who do not know how to wear clothes or talk, the report of the enquiry commission probing Pakistan's deplorable performance during the Australia tour has revealed.
The enquiry commission's report, which was leaked to the media, quoted Alam as saying that former skipper Shoaib Malik had a 'negative attitude', and blamed him for infighting in the team.
"They do not know that they are representing the country. They don't know how to wear their clothes and how to talk in a civilised manner," the report quoted Alam, as saying during a hearing of the six-member commission, which was formed by the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) after Pakistan's winless tour Down Under.
Alam, who was sacked after the tour, however, refused to comment on the leaked report.
"I don't remember exactly what I said, but I focused on cricketing issues," The Daily Times quoted him, as saying. (ANI)