Misbah says Pak needs batting coach to solve 'top-order problems'

Islamabad, Dec 3 : Batsman Misbahul Haq has said that Pakistan needs a batting coach to solve the team's top-order batting problems at the crease in international matches.

According to the Daily Times, Misbah returned home on Monday after leading Pakistan to their first ever one-day series victory against South Africa, a 2-1 win.

Pakistan also drew the Twenty20 series 1-1, the report said.

Despite the top order batsmen struggling against South Africa, rookie all-rounders Bilawal Bhatti and Anwar Ali emerged as future stars in the series.

Misbah said that Pakistan's batting averages were nowhere and there was no consistency, adding that after scoring in one match, they flop in 3-4 innings and so have to work hard on this thing.

--ANI (Posted on 03-12-2013)

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