“Looking Ordinary…”: On Indian Cricket Workforce’s Bowling Assault, Ramiz Raja’s Daring Pakistan Comparability | Cricket Information


File picture of Hardik Pandya (left) and Arshdeep Singh.© BCCI

Workforce India continued their preparations for the upcoming ODI World Cup on house soil with an emphatic collection win over New Zealand. After sweeping the Kiwis 3-0 within the ODI collection, the hosts got here from behind to seal the T20I collection 2-1 earlier this week. Whereas younger opening batter Shubman Gill hogged all of the limelight after scroring his maiden T20I ton within the closing recreation of the collection, the bowlers took the centre stage as they ripped aside the New Zealand batting order.

Following their win over the Kiwis, former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman (PCB) Ramiz Raja has made a significant declare about India’s bowling assault.

Ramiz urged that India have designed their bowling line-up after referring to the blueprint adopted by the Pakistan group. To again his declare, he identified the similarities between the tempo assaults of each nations.

“I often feel India took a look at Pakistan and designed their bowling attack the same way. Umran Malik has pace just like Haris Rauf. Similarly, Arshdeep brings the left-arm angle like Shaheen Afridi. Wasim Jr. chips in during the middle-overs and so does Hardik Pandya, both have the same pace as well. Shivam Mavi also plays the role of a supporting bowler,” Ramiz stated on his YouTube channel.

Ramiz added that beating India in their very own yard is a “big challenge”.

“India’s spin department is a bit better than Pakistan. I always look at what Pakistan need to improve whenever I see both sides playing. But, I think India’s bowling is looking ordinary. New Zealand just panicked. Beating India in India is a big challenge,” he added.

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