Mohammad Yousuf wants coach Mickey Arthur to be sacked after India loss Former Pakistan batsman, Mohammad Yousuf, has slammed Pakistan&rsquo;s coach Mickey Arthur for the 124-run loss to India in the Champions Trophy opener for Pakistan. The 42-year-old believes that Arthur has not been able to instigate a positive response from the players. Junaid Khan, after his strong-worded statements on Virat Kohli, couldn't even find place in Pakistan&rsquo;s 12-man squad that was chosen for the India game. Arthur and captain Sarfraz Ahmed attested to the same in their pre-conference before the India clash. Yousuf, while criticizing Arthur&rsquo;s tactics, declared that the bowling combination for the game was not right. Furthermore, he also sad that believing Khan and Hasan Ali&rsquo;s bowling styles to be the same is foolish since once is a right-handed bowler and another is a left-armer. He also said that the reason for slipping down to No. 8 in the ICC World Rankings needs to be curated and that it&rsquo;s time for the board to make strong changes to rectify that very situation. The Pakistan team attracted criticism from all quarters after failing to curtail India&rsquo;s incessant run scoring in the first innings, and after failing to reach even within the touching distance of India&rsquo;s massive total. Their next match is against South Africa, which is a must-win for semi-final qualification.