ISLAMABAD - Pakistan cricket team is back after a very successful Zimbabwe tour where they outclassed the hosts in every format of the game, Test, ODIs and T20s, it was in fact a significant achievement and every countrymen must feel proud of this, but this is all past now well done team Pakistan you have done the wonders. Now team must focus on the next assignment which is against Sri Lanka as they will give a run for their money to green shirts. If we closely look at the Zimbabwe series, then we all get close to a conclusion that over all this series victory was largely possible through some individual performances, specially this series belongs to one man, M Hafeez, who has gone from strength to strength and shown all-round performance and turns the tables on Zimbabwe and enabled Pakistan to win specially the ODI series and the two T20s. A new Hafeez is born in this particular series and has managed to get rid of the tag of inconsistent performer, a serious allegation and a question mark on his abilities, to a great extant with his superb al round consistent performances. This series also point out the flaws in Misbah's captaincy, with his defensive approach that could have easily cost Pakistan the Test series against Zimbabwe. If the PCB wants to continue with Misbah as captain then he has to change his approach and must adopt an aggressive strategy for the upcoming series against Sri Lankans. Mistakes like this will not go unpunished against an experienced Lankan side. They will be roaring to go against Pakistan as they have a point to prove. Bowling always remained as Pakistan's main weapon, but in Zimbabwe the tourists struggled to make impact. Its true that Aizaz Cheema, the debutant managed to take eight wickets in the match, but he looks out of sorts and at this age, 32, it will be difficult for him to perform on regular basis. Sri Lanka, England or other top sides will certainly pose grave threat to this weak Pakistani bowling. PCB top brass must now adopt a more realistic approach to focus on the present and the future of cricket, when no international team is willing to come to Pakistan sighting so-called security concerns then there is no need of wasting national wealth on appointment of a foreign coach. PCB has a luxury in appointing a coach if they look closely around they will find the likes of little master Hanif Muhammad, Javed Miandad, Zaheer Abbas and if the PCB wants to go for a young and energetic person then they can easily go for Rawalpindi Rams coach Sabih Azhar, who has proved his Mattel by guiding different sides to victory stands. If the PCB continue to waste time on finding a foreign coach then the players will suffer but it will also give a very negative message to local coaches that the management doesn't recognize their services and they are not capable enough to coach or manage the national side. One thing is sure Pakistan cricket team will not have an easy ride against the Sri Lanka side, luck doesn't always favours it can run out any time, and the time is not far away, Sri Lanka side can provide the right kind of shock which is required to awake PCB high command from the deep slumber.