New Delhi: India's crushing defeat at Lord's has exposed the flaws in BCCI's planning and proved that the world's numero uno Test team was not fully prepared for the ongoing tour of England, feels former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram.
Akram attributed India's humiliating 196 runs loss to England at Lord's last week to BCCI's faulty tour itinerary.
"The importance of good governance in cricket can never be over emphasized. Indian cricket has thrived because the BCCI is run quite efficiently. But this game of cricket tends to expose flaws, not only batting or bowling defects but the manner in which our officials plan," Akram told a cricket website.