Ramiz Raja, Chairman of the PCB, on Pakistan’s First Test victory over Sri Lanka

Ramiz Raja, Chairman of the PCB, on Pakistan’s First Test victory over Sri Lanka. Ramiz Raja a member of the Imran Khan-led team that defeat India in a low-scoring Test in Bangalore in 1987.

PCB chairman Ramiz Raja praised the national team for its recent Galle Test victory over Sri Lanka. Comparing it to Pakistan’s historic victory over India in the 1987 Bangalore Test. Pakistan won the first Test in Galle by four wickets, chasing down a tough 342-run target on the final day to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.

“From a technical standpoint, this is one of Pakistan’s best Test victories in a run-chase, if not the best. In terms of difficult conditions. I would compare the Galle victory to our victory over India in Bangalore on a turning pitch. ” According to Ramiz, a Pakistani news channel.

The former Test captain was a member of Imran Khan’s team that defeated India in a low-scoring Test in Bangalore in 1987.

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“The team is his property, and I am please to say that not only he as captain. Also the other players, took full ownership of the team and its performances,” he said.

“As chairman, I have never tried to interfere in team matters. But we have given Babar a free hand, and he has formed a good team.”

“We should also respect this team internally. They don’t get the same respect internally that they do internationally. ” He attributed the team’s success to a positive environment and effective communication.

“A successful model is that we gave the captain the environment. Maintain good communication with the players, which result in solutions and a good feeling in the team. ” Ramiz also praised opener Abdullah Shafique, who scored a magnificent 160 not out in Pakistan’s 344-run chase.

“I believe he (Abdullah) is a future superstar, and in fact, he has already become a super star, as evidenced by his outstanding Test record,” he said.

“A successful model is that we gave the captain the environment and maintained good communication with the players, which resulted in solutions and a good feeling in the team.” Ramiz also praised opener Abdullah Shafique, who scored a magnificent 160 not out in Pakistan’s 344-run chase.

“I believe he (Abdullah) is a future superstar, and in fact, he has already become a super star, as evidenced by his outstanding Test record,” he said.

“He is a classy and temperamentally strong player, and remember that the first inning is never easy. Particularly in a fourth-inning run chase. However, the focus and calmness with which he played is a significant accomplishment for him.”

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