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Pakistan is a better team than India’, says THIS former skipper

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Key Highlights

  • Former Pakistan player takes dig at India stating Pakistan to be better than India
  • Last year in Dubai, Pakistan defeated the Men-in-blue by 10 wickets and broke and unbeaten record
  • Both the teams are going clash once again in the Asia Cup this year

Everybody knows how arch-rivals India and Pakistan team are whenever these team clash, there would hardly anybody who would want to see these two team’s playing. This year, the two teams are going to clash against each other once again in the Asia league.

To remind everyone, in the last year’s T20I world cup held in Dubai, Pakistan smashed Indian side by 10 wickets and broke the unbeaten record by winning the match.

Now taking reference of the same match last year, Rashid Latif has tried to proclaim that the Pakistan team is better than the India team, how, lets have a look below to what he said,

“I am hopeful for Pakistan to win the Asia Cup in 2022. The victory against India in the recent T20 World Cup 2021 has increased hopes for Pakistan.”

“India is no doubt a good team, but there’s no example of the way Pakistan is currently playing cricket,”

No doubt, the Pakistan team is going through the best phase of its life by being on the top of ICC rankings. To remind everyone, Pakistan has become the best team across all three formats recently i.e., fifth in the test, 3rd in the ODI, and third again in T20I ICC rankings.

This week, this is the second time the former cricketer has tried to take dig a the Indian side while in the first attempt he criticized the BCCI for the recently bought media rights and how it is about financial gains and not just quality of cricket. He expressed that mindset of BCCI is just to attract financial gains and compromising with the quality of cricket that needs to focussed upon.

This he all spoke on the YouTube channel named as “Caught Behind”

“It’s about business and not cricket. This is not the ideal situation. If we have to give money, then many people earn money. This is not about quality at all, it is business totally,”

He further added by saying,

“Call Indians and ask them for how many hours did they watch the matches (in IPL). This is business. I have said nothing else. Give whatever name you might, value of the product etc. This is business. We have to see how much it sustains,”

If you all notice, since the time the IPL has won highest media right becoming the richest league in the world, there has been a series of comments, tweets, either from the PCB chief himself and now the former cricketer Rashid Latif. Rashid also recently released statement accusing Ravi Shastri behind Virat Kohli’s poor form.

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