Pakistan chief selector quits
KARACHI: The chief selector of Pakistan's national cricket team resigned on Sunday after their defeat in a one-day series against Australia, saying he was disappointed with the team's performance. Iqbal Qasim announced his resignation soon after Pakistan's 5-0 defeat on Sunday in the one-day series against Australia in Perth. "I am very disappointed, like millions of Pakistanis, over the manner in which the Pakistan team lost the Test series 3-0 and one day series 5-0," Qasim told AFP. The Pakistan Cricket Board has said it will appoint a new captain to replace Mohammad Yousuf after the Australia tour.