Azhar Mahmood, the bowling coach of Islamabad United, has come up with an innovative idea to improve communication among team management during the PSL matches.

Mahmood voiced his opinion following Islamabad’s loss against Lahore Qalandars in PSL 9, where he felt crucial errors were made on the field.

During a post-match press conference, Mahmood emphasized the need for improved communication channels. He suggested that coaches and captains should be equipped with microphones to facilitate real-time discussions.

“There should be a mic for communication between the coach and captain. This is our league which is why we can try such a thing,” said Azhar Mahmood.

“If commentators can speak to the cricketers [during the match], I think coach should be allowed to do the same.”

He highlighted the unique nature of the PSL, suggesting that such innovations could be explored within the league.

The match saw Lahore Qalandars secure their first victory of PSL 9 against Islamabad United at Rawalpindi’s Pindi Cricket Stadium.

“Lahore Qalandars, despite their recent performance, cannot be underestimated. As two-time PSL champions, they have the potential to bounce back. We made mistakes too, contributing to our loss,” Mahmood acknowledged.

With a commendable bowling effort led by Shaheen Shah Afridi, Lahore restricted Islamabad to 145 runs after posting 162 on the scoreboard, courtesy of Rassie van der Dussen’s half-century.

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