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Ramiz Raja ought to quit right away; Babar is the best batter, but what is he contributing? Ex-PAK cricketer’s ferocious tirade

To get to the World Cup semifinals, Pakistan must win each of its final three group-stage games and hope that other circumstances align in their favor. However, the former Pakistani cricketer believes that Pakistan could see a miracle revival in Australia.
After a shocking loss to Zimbabwe earlier this week in their 2022 T20 World Cup campaign, the Pakistan cricket team has disappointed its supporters and is now in danger of being eliminated. Last Sunday, they had lost to India in their opening match, but it was anticipated that they would beat lower-ranked Zimbabwe. However, despite a strong bowling performance, the hitters were unable to chase down 131 runs in 20 overs, which led to their worst-ever World Cup campaign opening. A former Pakistan cricketer who is enraged with the squad has launched a ferocious tirade against both Babar Azam, the captain, and Ramiz Raja, the PCB chairman.
To get to the World Cup semifinals, Pakistan must win each of its final three group-stage games and hope that other circumstances align in their favor. Sikander Bakht, however, believes that Pakistan has a chance to make a miracle comeback in Australia and advance to the final four; as a result, he has called on Ramiz and the rest of the Pakistani team’s support staff to resign from their positions.
He was quoted by Geo Super as saying, PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja should resign immediately. Not only the chairman should retire, but so should the head coach, Saqlain Mushtaq, and the batting coach, Mohammad Yousaf.
The former cricketer also took a shot at Mohammad Rizwan and Babar over their current ICC T20I rankings as a batter and their batting performance in the match against Zimbabwe.
What ought to we do with the top batter? What does Babar provide, even though I know he’s a great batter? Until you win matches, Pakistan has no bearing on your rating explained he.
Bakht also criticized the administration of the Pakistani team for failing to address the team’s middle order problem, which was revealed both during the Asia Cup last month and the subsequent home series against England.

We insisted repeatedly that their method was inadequate. Your middle order is continually failing, but no one is paying attention since they are playing for themselves. Rizwan was to blame for our team’s defeat in the Asia Cup Final. They ought to have given our middle-order batting a chance said he.

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