Younis blames 'flawed' domestic structure
by CricketArchive Staff Reporter

Player:Younis Khan
Event:Pakistan in Sri Lanka 2009

DateLine: 5th August 2009


Pakistan skipper Younis Khan said his team's recent defeats are the result of a 'flawed domestic structure'.


Sunday's six-wicket reverse saw Sri Lanka take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match ODI series against Pakistan.


This ODI series win comes immediately after the hosts won the Test series comfortably with a 2-0 margin.


Younis came out with a scathing attack on faulty techniques of his young players.


"The problem with Pakistan cricket is that our domestic structure is flawed," he said.


"The players have a faulty technique and only overcome these shortcomings once they start playing for the national team.


"Even when I first came into the Pakistan team, my technique was not good. It took me two years to get it right."


Younis also slashed claims that his team was fragmented.


"I have a perfectly fine relationship with all the players in the team including the senior players," Younus said.


"I am not a mad man and I don't go out fighting with everyone."


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