Abu Dhabi: Mohsin Khan, Pakistan's outgoing interim coach, has said he was surprised with the team's performance in the limited-over series against England, and insisted that every match had been winnable. Pakistan lost all four one-dayers before losing the Twenty20 series 2-1.
"I am disappointed with the performance," Mohsin told reporters on his arrival in Karachi. "We played so well throughout the Test series and beat the world No.1 team. I am surprised at the team's performance in the limited-overs matches but every target against England was achievable.
Mohsin was Pakistan's chief selector before being given an interim coaching role in September 2011 after Waqar Younis resigned on medical grounds. During his short tenure, Mohsin coached Pakistan to series wins over Sri Lanka and Bangladesh besides the clean sweep of England in the Tests.