ISLAMABAD - As it was feared, Pakistan lost their T20 match against a relatively weaker West Indian side quite comfortably, though the latter were without Gayle, Chandarpaul and Sarwan yet they managed to beat the former. Pakistans side is perhaps the weakest ever this time, as they have no real batsman or bowler. Every other top cricket-playing nation replaces its senior players with the juniors with the passage of time, but in Pakistans case all the seniors were dropped in the name of giving rest to them. How can one expect to win matches totally relying on newcomers? The big match pressure and having playing your first match in front of a crowd is too much to handle for a youngster. The PCB had already destroyed the carriers of a lot of brilliant youngsters who could have serve their country for a long period of time had they been given opportunities at the right time and against the proper opposition, players like Hassan Raza, could have been an asset to Pakistan cricket but the team management took a huge gamble on him and just to make a record of being the most youngest player ever to have played in a Test match the whole carrier of Hassan was destroyed. This is just one example the history of Pakistan is full of such blunders. Without the likes of Younus Khan, Abdul Razzaq and Umar Gul, no one even think about winning any competitive match but the Pakistan selectors are living in fools paradise and they have taken the opposition for granted. It is true that West Indian team is not the one, which once was but they are more than capable of winning matches against any opposition on their day. They prove it by beating Pakistan in the T20 match. Having to share the lime burden of not only bowling the opening bowler but also fill in to the shoes of Umar Gul was a big task for Wahab Riaz who was not able to sustain the pressure and bowled too many wayward deliveries at the crucial stage of the match specially his last over cost Pakistan dearly. The way West Indian batsmen were playing it was feared they might score in access of over 200 runs, but the bowlers managed to restrict the West Indians to 150 runs this too was by no way an easy target and the Pakistan reply started in a discourteous fashion as opener Muhammad Hafeez played a casual hook short in only the second over of the innings at the bowling of Sammy and was held neatly at the boundary by Nurse. Ahmed Shahzad once again fail to cash on his good luck as he was retained by the selectors despite his poor run with the bat during the recently concluded World Cup and was caught by Barnwell at the bowling of Rampaul for individual score of 12 runs. 200 was Pakistan continue to loose wickets at regular intervals. Misbah is perhaps the most benefiting to all the players of still being in the T20 side (The selectors have full confidence in his ball wasting abilities) as all know this format doesnt suit his style of play, as he consumes too many deliveries. Shahid Afridi being the captain was suppose to lead the side from the front, but like past he is least bothered about his responsibilities as captain and keeps on repeating same mistakes. After every match Afridi makes a promise of not repeating his past mistakes but to no surprise he did the same mistake in the very next match. The way Pakistani batsmen gifted their wickets to not more than average bowling of Bishoo is quite astonishing. It was not Bishoos bowling, but batsmens were always at fault of throwing their wickets away. If Pakistan continue to play with same players the result of coming matches will not be the different to one which all have seen last night. The team need at least two changes in batting and the inclusion of Umar Gul is a must if Pakistan want to win remaining matches.