Zimbabwe's team was disappointed again. After being defeated 0-2 in the test series it is obvious that everyone in the team was dissatisfied. They are aware that they could have done more, and the biggest problem of their team for a long time is batting.
Zimbabwe's batsmen were not at the level they were supposed to be, which was what most influenced them to remain defeated in both matches. The batsman of their team and former captain Brendan Taylor talked after the defeat of his team, and obviously, he was just as dissatisfied as everyone.
"I would have liked a few more positives," said Taylor in the post-match presentation, as quoted by cricbuzz "To finish both games in three days and just after three days, we were a little bit off the mark."
Taylor is aware that this team is missing a lot and that they will have to work on more things if they want to forget these defeats and start playing the way they want. Obviously, this team has some shortcomings, but the question is how much tbey can do about it, and what is the biggest problem "We have got a lot of things to address, particularly with the batting, maybe the mental side of it, little bit more discipline."
Taylor on Pakistan
Taylor also praised the opposing team, which he considers to be very disciplined and difficult opponents, which could certainly be seen in the match. "They (Pakistan) are very skilful, disciplined bowlers.
If you just try to survive, it can be a bit tricky. I just tried to take the attack to them and then hoped things would ease up a little bit and field would spread." Babar Azam is satisfied with the game of his team, and especially praised Abid Ali who excelled in the match against Zimbabwe "The way Abid showed character was good to see, he's worked really hard," said Babar in the post-match presentation.
"It's a good sign to see the openers performing." "Also, the confidence of our batsmen will be high and we have an important series in West Indies coming up as well." Hasan Ali was won the player of the match award and on that occasion he thanked his team "The plan was simple, keep bowling stump to stump," said Hasan in the post-match interview.
"I want to thank the other bowlers too who supported me. Shaheen and Nauman bowled well. I am very happy, I worked hard in the last one year. Looking forward to win more matches for my team."