Updated: April 13, 2020 10:31:22 pm
Former Pakistan captain and present cricket commentator Ramiz Raja aired his views on his nation’s tainted cricketers and stated that they might decide to “open grocery stores”.
Slamming the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for reinstating gamers like Mohammad Amir (who served jail time and a confronted prolonged ban for spot-fixing), into the nationwide crew setup.
“You ask me I would say these tainted cricketers should open their grocery shops,” PTI quoted him as saying.
“I have no doubt that giving concession to big names also damaged Pakistan cricket,” he stated, referring to Amir.
“There is once again talks of redrafting Sharjeel Khan into the team which is not right and can damage Pakistan cricket,” he stated.
Raja additionally praised batsman Babar Azam and stated he’s a world-class participant who wants a conducive ambiance to precise himself.
“There is no doubt about Babar Azam’s ability, he is a world-class player,” stated Ramiz.
“When individuals ask me a couple of comparability between Babar Azam with the likes of Virat Kohli and Steve Smith I might say he can do even higher than Kohli however he wants a conducive ambiance and the liberty to precise himself extra as a participant and as captain.”
“I have nothing personal against Muhammad Hafeez or Shoaib Malik who are senior players and have served the country for a long time. But I think now the selectors need to think about replacing them with youngsters and groom them properly.”
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