Inzamam said that despite a middle order crisis in his team, Babar had the chance to win previous matches

Former Inzamam-ul-Haq test team announced that Babar Azam XI has been lucky to win matches in the recent past, The News reported on Sunday, pointing out that the Pakistan cricket team was facing a crisis between the middle orders.

After the loss of Pakistan to Zimbabwe in the second T20I by 19 runs on its YouTube page, the former cricketer said that the team faced a middle-order crisis, but the team management fails to resolve this issue.

"There was nothing new when you look at today's results but luck, which this time did not benefit them. For quite some time now Pakistan has had problems with middle-order batting," he said.

"The first-ever loss of Pakistan in T20I against Zimbabwe has been so badly revealed. Babar, Fakhar, and Rizwan scored in previous matches, thus helping Pakistan to save its game."

Inzamam pointed to selectors who selected boys who had no experience of the first class. "There should be enough time to get through for bowlers, but batsmen have just one chance," he said.

In the second fixture of the three-match series T20I at the Harare Sports Club Zimbabwe defeated Pakistan by 19 runs after the Men In Green failed to reach their 119-run target.

Zimbabwe bowled Pakistan off for a meager 99 runs, with a spare ball – marking the first win in the T20Is with the Men in Green.

After the opener Mohammad Rizwan was dismissed for 13 runs, Pakistan's wickets began to fall. After scored 2 runs, Mohammed Hafeez made 5, Danish Aziz 22, Asif Ali, Fakhar Zaman was sent back to the pavilion.