Whatmore wants to end Pak coaching stint on winning note

Dubai, Jan 7 : Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore wants to end his two year coaching stint with a win over Sri Lanka, a team he groomed to win World Cup glory in 1996.

Whatmore became Pakistan's coach in March 2012 and has not been able to win a Test series with the team.

He said that he want to end his two-year reign with Pakistan by winning the ongoing three Tests series against Sri Lanka.

Whatmore further said that to win against Sri Lanka, the team he coached for six years, and his country of birth would be great.

Whatmore, who was born in Sri Lanka and has played seven Tests and one one-day for Australia, believes his team can force a win if they get 20 wickets.

Pakistan and Sri Lanka drew the first Test in Abu Dhabi last week. The second Test starts in Dubai from Wednesday while the third will be played in Sharjah from January 16, Sport24 reports.

--ANI (Posted on 07-01-2014)

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