Islamabad, Mar 6 (ANI): Pakistan is hoping that new cricket coach Dav Whatmore can find a magic formula to transform the country's talented players into a team that enjoys sustained success.
Last month's Test whitewash of England was followed by a flop in the limited overs series, losing 4-0 in the one-day games and 2-1 in the Twenty20s. Frequent changes in the Pakistan Cricket Board and sackings of captains and coaches have halted progress.
However, after Whatmore's appointment on Sunday, who guided Sri Lanka to World Cup victory in 1996, Pakistanis are looking forward to getting positive results in matches.
Former captain and ex-coach Intikhab Alam also has high hopes on Whatmore.
"I think the missing 'more' in Pakistan cricket will be achieved through Whatmore. With his perfect record in the past I hope he will enhance the team's performance, though it will take some time," Alam said.
The 57-year-old, who played seven Tests and one limited over international for Australia, also guided Bangladesh to the second round of the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean where they beat giants India. (ANI)
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