DHAKA - Pakistan lacked harmony and coordination and will have to perform professionally if they want to win, said a team official here after defeat against India on Tuesday. The team management has been greatly concerned over the lack of professionalism and players commitment. It has also been learnt that Pakistan cricket is suffering from various problems and sources close to the team claim that there don't seem much of chance of improvement in near future. The team management also took note of the attitude of the four bowlers who after the Indian onslaught did not want to bow and even skipper Shoaib Malik asked Younis Khan to bowl. Malik's last spell of a couple of overs against a big team came during the South Africa series at home and later he continued bowling against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh but when it mattered the most he relied on Younis. It has also been said that the team did not implement the game plan laid down by the coach and instead played their own game. One official said that when the leadership falls off, what can one expected from the team, very much a reference to the broader political uncertainty in the country. No wonder the fall out of broader governance crisis is reflected in everything, sports being an obvious example. "Malik's 53 was just good to be back into form otherwise it was nothing more than some placement shots," he said and added that if he is not a captain he does not have a place in the team. It has also been learnt that some players were against batting reshuffle and one player wanted to play in the upper order. It has also been learnt that one official of the Pakistan team went berserk on the notice taken by referees of the unclear catch of Virendar Sehwag taken by wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal. The official went to the fourth umpire and exchanged hot words with him.