This Pakistan team lack ability to beat India: Former greats
Pakistan's 124-run defeat to India in the ICC Champions Trophy tournament has been described as "shameful" and "humiliating" by the country's former greats such as Imran Khan and Wasim Akram, critics and fans alike.
Having notched up 319 for three, India bowled out Pakistan for 164 to post a comprehensive victory at the Edgbaston.
"Win and defeat are part of any game but the manner in which we lost to India on Sunday without a fight was very painful," Imran said in a statement.
He added, "Despite having lot of talent Pakistan will continue to fall behind India in cricket unless our cricket structure is revised."
Former captain Rashid Latif said, "Even if Pakistan had fielded its full 15 players I don't think the result would have been different. Such is the difference between the two sides now."
Shahid Afridi said the gap between the two sides is increasing.
"While India has progressed a lot we are falling behind them," he said.
Another former skipper, Aamir Sohail, said while the media loves to present it otherwise the truth is this Pakistan team doesn't have the ability to beat the current Indian side.