LAHORE - Skipper Shoaib Malik and coach Geoff Jawson have revealed that the squad selected for the four-nation Twenty20 tournament in Toronto was not of their choice. Pakistan lost the final match of the tournament to Sri Lanka early this week. Shoaib Malik and Geoff Lawson interacted with media after reaching Lahore from Toronto late Wednesday night. "The team that went to Canada was different from the one the selectors, Shoaib and I discussed. The selectors picked that team and it is their responsibility. Their chairman has resigned so you should ask the selectors what happened between them," Lawson said. Chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed had resigned before the tournament in protest to a change made in the squad without the consent of the selectors. The selectors had picked off spinner Saeed Ajmal in the squad but he was replaced by rookie batsman Shoaib Khan in the last minute. The batsman from Quetta played in all four games in Toronto and flopped in three. "I was there when we discussed the team but we didn't discuss who to take and who to drop. Certainly the team that went to Toronto was not the one I had in mind," Malik said. Malik added that as per the terms and conditions of the players' central contract, the 15 players are decided by the selectors along with the 11 for a home series.