KARACHI - Former Pakistan captain Majid Khan has said Clive Lloyd was a better choice than him as chairman of ICC Cricket Committee. Lloyd replaced Sunil Gavaskar successor at the ICC. "I am not disappointed on ICC decision to choose Clive Llyod as cricket committee chairman. He was a better choice in all sorts", he said. "The PCB sought my consent before sending its nomination for the position. If they have withdrawn my candidature, it is up to them. Llyod was a great cricketer and captain during his time. I wish Clive Llyod good luck," he said. Majid Khan is on MCC cricket committee. It is the law governing body of the game and Majid will continue to serve there. No precedent to result change after completion: Frindall KARACHI - World's renowned cricket scorer and statistician Bill Fridnall is not happy at the ICC's decision to change the result of the Oval test forfeit into a draw. "There is no precedent for the result of a Test match being changed after the day of its completion," he said from London. "Match forfeited' was the correct result under Law 21 when Pakistan refused to take the field with the England batsmen ready to play. The tourists' action cannot be excused by any evidence regarding the ball-tampering offence. Pakistan should have taken the field, completed the match, and then appealed against the ball-tampering decision through the proper channels," he further added. "Even if the result is changed to 'match drawn', England would still win the series 2-0'. Pakistan demonstrated the power of the Asian bloc when they successfully overturned the result of the controversial Oval Test of 2006. Pakistan refused to take the field after being accused of match-fixing by umpire Darrell Hair and the Test was awarded to England. That match will now be deemed a draw. BIPIN DANI