Ramiz Raja says “They are all watching, the ones who said it is impossible to do it” in T20 World Cup 2021. Raja of the Pakistan Cricket Board recently posted a cryptic tweet. It is appeared to take a dig at those who doubted Pakistan’s chances. Pakistan has made an outstanding start to its World Cup campaign. Also, to winning their first two games to move to the top of Group 2. Babar Azam’s side is certain to make it to the semifinals. Raja also addressed the Pakistan cricket team’s critics. And saying everyone who wanted to watch them fail would be forced to eat their words.
“They are all watching. The ones who said it is impossible to do it. Also, the ones who want to watch you fail to do it. The ones who know that you can do it,” Raja tweeted.
After a 10-wicket loss to India on Sunday. Pakistan’s winning streak versus New Zealand was extended. By taking five wickets off the Black Caps.
Moreover, Ramiz Raja recently hinted that India-Pakistan bilateral series is unlikely to happen in the future. Raja stressed the need for the cricketing bodies of the two nations to create a bond. Also, keep politics aside. Sourav Ganguly, the president of the BCCI, had a good conversation with him. However, there was still much work to be done to “revitalize Pakistan-India cricket.”
“A lot of work needs to be done to revitalize Pakistan-India cricket but there needs to be some comfort level between the two boards and then we can see how far we can go. So overall, we had a good discussion,” Ramiz Raja said.
“Lastly, I met with BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah on the sidelines of the ACC meetings. We need to create a cricketing bond, while I have also believed that politics should stay away from the sport as much as possible and this has always been our stance,” Raja added.
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