KarachiPakistan Cricket Board (PCB) president Rameez Raja on Wednesday said Babar Azam has led Pakistan very well in the ongoing T20 World Cup and there is no need to do anything differently in Thursday’s semi-final against Australia. Pakistan won all their five group matches easily and are considered as contenders for victory against Australia. However, Australia’s team is also in good shape.

“So far the Pakistan team has performed extremely well and impressed all of us with their consistent performances,” Rameez said in a statement. I don’t think Babar Azam needs to do anything differently in the semi-final against Australia. The team just needs to stay motivated and play fearlessly. ,

Rameez said he is happy that Pakistan have removed the tag of a non-performing team by consistently performing well in the T20 World Cup and winning five matches in a row. “Win against India was a result of strong spirit, while we beat New Zealand with a good strategy and we registered the win against Afghanistan by facing their spinners well,” he said.

Rameez said Babar’s leadership abilities, the confidence of the players and his good on-field behavior have been appreciated by all and this has brought consistency to the team’s performance. Rameez said he was glad that no player is afraid of defeat and that he is fearlessly playing cricket which has been the brand of Pakistan cricket that he should always play. Babar’s request for a change in the World Cup squad was accepted by Rameez after he took over as PCB chairman on September 13, and the Pakistani captain admitted on Tuesday that it helped him lead the team with more confidence and lost them. was not afraid.

Women’s PSL is also on my mind: PCB chief Rameez Raja

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Rameez Raja is expected to start the women’s Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the near future. In a video posted by the PCB, former captain Raja talks about Pakistan’s performance in the ongoing T20 World Cup to the recent announcements on home series against Australia and England.

Rameez said, “Women’s PSL is also on my mind. Hopefully we can be the first cricket board to launch a women’s T20 franchise league in Asia. Australia currently hosts the women’s Big Bash League, while England hosted the opening ‘The Hundred’ tournament for men as well as women earlier this year.(Language)

Akash Gokhe

By Akash Gokhe

Akash is the Founder and Writer of the Sports Platform website. He conceived the idea of starting a Sports Platform website to channelize his love, passion, and emotions for the game of cricket and to connect other like-minded people on the platform.

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