“Indians are far ahead in skill level than us…”: Ramiz Raja Praised Green Army Side Before Big Clash

All the teams are practicing hard just before the T20 World Cup. Currently, Pakistan cricket team is playing tri-nation series against Bangladesh and New Zealand. Before this series, Pakistan played seven T20I matches against England, losing the series by 4-3. Previously, in the Asia Cup 2022 performance of the Green army was terrific in the super four, but they lost the final. In the T20 World Cup. Babar Azam and Co. will play their opening encounter against their arch-rival India on 23rd October. Earlier, both teams clashed in the Asia Cup in super 4, where the Green army registered a remarkable win against India. After this win, PCB chairman Ramiz Raja praised his player’s performance.

Both teams are ready for a clash and start the T20 World Cup tour with a win in Australia. India-Pakistan games have always been an excellent show for cricket fans; that’s why the tickets for this game have been sold out one month earlier. Green army’s weakness is their middle order batting, whereas Rohit & Co. are concerned about their death over blowing attack. Hopefully, both team will overcome their problems before the mega event, and fans across both countries can witness an exciting encounter.

In speaking with a Pakistani news channel, PCB chairman Ramiz Raja said Men in blue are ahead of Green Army, but our boys showed a great fight in previous clashes.
“It’s after a long time that we won against India. We should be applauding this team. Indians are far ahead in skill level than us, especially in batting. But it was important to clear that mental block, and this team did that under a young captain,” Ramiz said.

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Speaking on Pakistani skipper Babar Azam, Ramiz said we had given him full support, and he will be the best leader in the upcoming event.

“If your captain is strong, he can take the team ahead and has that ownership of the side. I’ve played cricket and led the side, and I know if you don’t have authority in the dressing room and someone keeps pulling the strings from behind, you can never have players’ confidence. I’ve given Babar that authority, and he is very mature for a 27-year-old. He is very confident,” said Ramiz.

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