Islamabad, May 13 (ANI): Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan has said that the Shahid Afridi led team should adopt a 'wicket taking' policy rather than just focussing on preventing other teams from scoring runs, if it has to move further in the ICC World T20 World Championship.
He said Afridi should adopt the same strategy which was adopted by the 1992 World Cup winning Pakistan squad, which was to look for wickets.
"This is what the Aussies have been doing and this has made them a great team," The Nation quoted Imran, as saying.
Pakistan would be taking on Australia in the second semi-final of the T20 championship at St.Lucia tomorrow (Friday, May 14).
He also suggested that Pakistan should use fast bowler Mohammed Asif as an attacking bowler, and not as a 'run stopper'.
Imran, one of Pakistan's most successful captains, said that batting was Pakistan's main problem in the on going tournament, as apart from opener Salman Butt none of the other batsmen have fired so far.
He said that since Pakistan's batting has not been upto the mark, Afridi should always look to bat first rather than chasing.
He also suggested some changes in the batting order, saying Afridi should bring himself and Misbah-ul-Haq up the order so that they can accumulate maximum runs when the ball is new and hard. (ANI)