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Ramiz Raja's take on what Pakistan cricket should learn from Indian cricket and Virat Kohli

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 21 August 2019, 18:52 IST

When N Srinivasan was at the forefront of BCCI, India was part of a newly created group which also included England and Australia and they were jointly known as the big three. The fact that this nations ranked in more money than the rest of the cricketing nations.

However, after the departure of N Srinivasan, Giles Clark and Wally Edwards, the big three have lost its grip, but their profuse authority over the way cricket is run is still predominant.



Furthermore, India, England and Ausrtalia unvaryingly carved out results and provide most thrilling games which goes in their favour and this is what keeps the ICC happy.

Former Pakistan skipper Ramiz Raja talked about this and he stated that ever since India have approached the game with a aggressive mindset. He believes that the clock has turned in their favour. And now he wants PCB to learn from the BCCI and remodel the way cricket is approached in Pakistan.

“The sporting mindset has changed now. Now the teams are confrontational. Just look at Virat Kohli and co. They have completely revamped the Indian team with their aggression and fearless approach,” Ramiz said on his YouTube channel.

Ramiz Raja also went on to say that Pakistan cricket team keeps playing in a bubble, which is burst when they face stronger opponent at an international level.



“Pakistan also have to adopt a mindset that matches their DNA. They need a think tank that lets them play modern day cricket. This difference becomes evident when Pakistan goes to World or Asia Cups or when in Test cricket they are pitted against a high-ranked side. There, the opposition plays attractive and entertaining cricket while it seems that we are still stuck in the 1970s,” he further added.


First published: 21 August 2019, 18:46 IST