In his latest blog on PakPassion.net, former Pakistan skipper Aamir Sohail writes about the positive effects of the Sri Lanka tour of Pakistan, why the win in Karachi will boost Azhar Ali's confidence as captain, what impresses him most about Shaheen Shah Afridi and Naseem Shah and the debt of gratitude owed by Bangladesh cricket to Pakistan.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Aamir Sohail writes about the failed comebacks for Umar Akmal and Ahmed Shehzad and Pakistan’s disappointing loss in the T20I series against Sri Lanka, offers a strong critique on PCB’s choice of Misbah-ul-Haq as Head Coach and Chief Selector and wonders why Sarfaraz Ahmed was allowed to continue as captain with such a defensive mindset.
In his latest blog, Aamir Sohail writes about the wider implications of Mohammad Amir's retirement from Test cricket, the need for some strong decisions to be taken by Mr. Ehsan Mani in interest of Pakistan cricket, Mickey Arthur's failure to achieve any concrete results during his tenure and why it would be wrong to replace Sarfaraz Ahmed as captain without carefully grooming his replacement.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, former Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail writes about his impressions of the recently concluded fourth edition of the PSL, the improvements needed to make the tournament more beneficial for Pakistan cricket, what Mohammad Hasnain has to do to improve as a bowler and the measures that need to be taken to hold the tournament in its entirety in Pakistan in 2020.
In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Aamir Sohail writes about Shan Masood's progress as a top-quality batsman, recent below par performances of Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam's positive approach to batting, why the Pakistan coaching staff should be held accountable for the failings of the batsmen and looks forward to the 5-match ODI series between South Africa and Pakistan.
In his typical candid manner, former Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail writing in his exclusive blog for PakPassion.net discusses the lack of forethought in Pakistan's preparations for the tour of South Africa, questions Mohammad Hafeez's motives behind playing in two Test series only to retire when he was needed most, explains why the upcoming Test series in South Africa will be a stern test of Mickey Arthur's skills as Head Coach and feels that only a stroke of good luck or divine intervention can help Pakistan win any games in the three-match series.