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Legendary Pakistan pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar believes the national team coaching staff should be upgraded after the World Cup.
Pakistan has not been their best during the tournament and faces a closeness -imposable task to qualify for the semi-finals to beat Bangladesh at Lord's Friday with over 300 runs.
If they fail to do so, New Zealand will join Australia, India and England in the last four instead of them.
Considering how slim Pakistan's chances are to make the semi-finals, Akhtar admitted that "to get match winners back in the team, you must bring a battle winning lead."
Pakistan's main feature Mickey Arthur's contrac t expires after the World Cup, and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that it will review the coaching staff's performance after the end of the tournament.
"Our prime minister is a former cricketer and we have heard that [he] has to renew the whole structure. That's what I hope for," Akhtar was quoted as saying by PakPassion . "If you want to change, bring decent people who understand the game of cricket who have played modern cricket that has actually achieved [something] and [are] doesn't work just for money."