Highlighting the large useful resource of talent in Pakistan cricket, former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram stated they’re most likely the Brazil of cricket with regards to producing younger cricketers. Akram made the feedback whereas interviewing former Australia batsman Dean Jones in his Youtube channel.
“You’re (Pakistan) the talent factory. We in Australia always used to say that Pakistan have so much talent, it’s just the matter of how you harness it,” Jones stated.
In reply, Akram stated, “… Raw talent, It’s like Brazil of cricket.”
Brazil are famend to be one of the strongest soccer sides of the world, having gained the World Cup a file 5 instances. Pakistan, then again, are considered one of the powerhouses of cricket however are additionally usually criticised for being inconsistent and unpredictable.
Explaining why Pakistan is so particular in cricket, Jones, who represented Australia in 52 Tests and 164 ODIs, stated they convey in completely different strategies and completely different angle to worldwide cricket.
“Pakistanis bring different techniques to international cricket, different attitudes fast bowlers like yourself (Wasim) and Waqar (Younis), Shoaib (Akhtar), and of course Abdul (Qadir) and Mushi (Mushtaq Ahmed) and all these great bowlers that are coming through even now,” added Jones.
Going down reminiscence lane, Jones, who was the coach of Karachi Kings in Pakistan Super League (PSL), highlighted the significance of profitable the 1992 World Cup for Pakistan cricket.
“Cricket is in the DNA, it’s been great for a long time but really started to turn big time in the late 80s when Imran took over, when you rip England apart in front of a 100 thousand people at MCG (in 1992) was amazing,” stated Dean Jones.
Akram revealed that many Australians had purchased tickets considering that the house facet would make it to the finals nevertheless it wasn’t to be and so they all truly ended up supporting Pakistan as their opponents have been England.