Just In: Former Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Ramiz Raja, applauded the Indian Cricket Team Mindset and Playing Approach at Home Conditions, saying it is next to impossible to beat Men in Blue at home.
While speaking to a Local Sports Channel, the former PCB Boss stated that the recent performances of the Indian Cricket Team at home are praisable and that all other Asian teams, including Pakistan Cricket Team, must learn from them.
The recently sacked Chairman has also added that the Men in Green have the potential of good cricket, but they are not as consistent as their counterparts, India, and its instance is quite evidentiary in the latter concluded home series.
Ramiz Raja also shared his opinion on the recently finished India-New Zealand series in which the host side seized the series by 2-0, saying India’s victory is a milestone and helpful for them in the World Cup Year.
The Rohit Sharma-led Indian team has displayed brilliant performance in red and white-ball cricket during the past few months. Of course, their refined and defining cricketing exhibition has kept their chances alive for the ICC World Test Championship.
It is pertinent to mention that India will host the upcoming ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. However, before the start of this event, the host nation has already defeated teams like Sri Lanka, New Zealand, South Africa, England, and Australia in the ODI Format.
In contrast, their neighbor, Pakistan, is continuously struggling to find the right rhythm, as they have failed to win any test out of eight matches since 2022. Furthermore, their performances in T20 and ODI cricket are no different from red-ball, as they lost their recent ODI and T20 series against New Zealand and England, respectively.