LAHORE - Former Pakistan Test players perceive intrigue in the team after the third collapse on trot against Sri Lanka which also saw them getting dismissed for their lowest-ever of 90 runs in the first innings of the second Test match at Colombo. Sarfaraz Nawaz Former test cricketer Sarfaraz Nawaz claimed that the way the team collapsed in both the innings against Sri Lanka, there is enough to suggest that there is grouping within the team. The outspoken former fast bowler said: "I suspect former skipper Shoaib Malik is heading a four-member group which includes Misbah-ul-Haq and Kamran Akmal". He further said: "This group was formed in England during the T20 World Cup when hot words were exchanged between captain Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq when Younis told Misbah that he played slow during a match". Former fast bowler asked the PCB to take notice of the performance. Inzamamul Haq: Former captain Inzamam ul Haq identified grouping in the team and said that the players are not giving their best. "Lack of Test practice may be the reason but with the entire team falling to a low score, there seems something fishy. The batsmen were seems to lack basic technique". Moin Khan: Another former Pakistan captain Moin Khan said that he failed to understand that after Pakistan got a very good start from Fawad Alam what happened to the other members of the team. "Alam scored 168 and the team was well-placed but it took sudden dip and lost the match," the former captain said.Former Pakistan batsman Ijaz Ahmed said there seems a psychological problem with the batsmen. "Its surprising to see them surrender on three occasions which means they need a batting coach."