Pakistan’s head coach Misbah-ul-Haq on Tuesday urged troubled batsman Umar Akmal to discipline himself and focus on his cricket if he desires to revive his derailed profession.
Regarded as vastly proficient, the 29-year-previous Umar may withstand a lifetime ban after he was charged for not reporting match fixing gives, which led to his suspension in February.
The Pakistan Cricket Board charged him below their anti-corruption code. His 14-day deadline to answer ends later Tuesday.
Head coach Misbah stated Umar has to determine his personal destiny.
“You and I can’t do anything,” Misbah advised media.
“Umar has to determine himself, present discipline and focus on his cricket.
“He has to take a call whether or not he desires to stay like this… He has proven good performances however wants to enhance his health, discipline and dedication.”
Umar began his profession with a bang, scoring a century on his debut in New Zealand in 2009, however frequent disciplinary issues value him a spot on the nationwide facet.
He was additionally charged and arrested after a scuffle with a site visitors warden in 2014.
Three years later he was despatched again from England for being unfit.