Defending the Inexperienced Shirts after a 4-Three T20I collection loss to England, Ramiz Raja, Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has mentioned there exists no button for making Pakistan play like Australia as and when required.“Our team have its own playing style and there’s nothing wrong in it in my view,” the PCB chairman mentioned in a video submit.
England defeated Pakistan within the decider of house collection at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium on Sunday.
“If this style had any flaws, then our team’s success rate in the last 12 months would not have been 80%.”
Highlighting the brilliant facet, Raja mentioned the gamers’ temperament was enhancing they usually had been preventing again.
“It is said that push the button and start playing aggressively like Australia. They also say that we play old-fashioned cricket. It is not modern cricket,” Raja added.
The PCB chairman seconded the evaluation that Pakistan play old style cricket; nevertheless, they did seal so many notable victories enjoying that method.
“The PCB has started a programme for modern day cricket and it will prepare cricketers in the next four years,” he nevertheless and added that in that point they might be absolutely prepped to play trendy cricket.
Raja mentioned they might put as a lot stress on the workforce as attainable however no more than that.
Raja hailed the Inexperienced Shirts, saying the workforce fought until the final ball.
“The team have won some thrilling matches and reached the knock-out stage in different events. National cricketers were selected in the ICC players of the year list. Where does it happen in such a big number,” he mentioned.
Furthermore, the PCB chief mentioned the followers had taken possession of this workforce and crammed up the stadiums in the course of the clashes towards England even on working days.
A day earlier, a elegant fifty from Dawid Malan and three wickets for Chris Woakes guided England to a thumping 67-run win over Pakistan within the seventh Twenty20 in Lahore as they clinched the collection 4-Three in a significant increase forward of the World Cup.
Chasing 210, Pakistan suffered a double blow when captain Babar Azam (4) and Mohammad Rizwan (1) departed in fast succession as England’s tempo assault made early inroads and lowered the hosts to 33-Three beneath the lights at Gaddafi Stadium.
Shan Masood put up some resistance with a preventing 56 however England, led by Woakes (3-26), stored chipping away with common wickets. David Willey returned figures of 2-22 whereas Reece Topley, Adil Rashid and Sam Curran picked up a wicket every.
Mohammad Wasim (0-61) and Shadab Khan (0-39) bore the brunt of their assault as Malan and Brook made essentially the most of Pakistan’s sloppiness within the area, with Babar responsible of providing reprieves to each batsmen.
England proceed their preparations for the World Cup with a three-match collection towards Australia beginning subsequent Sunday, whereas Pakistan face Bangladesh and New Zealand in a tri-series from Friday. The World Cup in Australia will get underway on October 16.