Before the T20 World Cup match, PCB Chief said that Team India is better than Pakistan

Pakistan Cricket Board President Rameez Raja has told Team India better than Pakistan team before T20 World Cup. He has also praised the Pakistan team who recently defeated Team India.

All the teams have finalized their preparations for the World Cup starting in Australia from 16 October. India will start their campaign on 23 October against their biggest rival Pakistan at the MCG ground. 

The excitement level among the players and fans of both the teams regarding this match is very high. Recently Pakistan team defeated India in Asia Cup. Regarding this victory, PCB Chief Rameez Raja has said that this victory against India was necessary to remove the mental block of Pakistani players.

Team India is ahead of us Skillwise – Rameez Raja

Talking to Sama TV, a Pakistani channel, he admitted that “Team India is ahead of Pakistan when it comes to skills. But Pakistan did a great fight to beat Rohit Sharma’s team.” He said that “First of all we have won against India after a long time.

What did Rameez Raja say on Babar’s captaincy?

Regarding Babar’s captaincy, he said that “He has been given complete freedom. If you strengthen the captain, he also takes the team forward. His ownership is complete. I have played cricket. I have captained.If you are not respected in the dressing room, you will not be able to win the trust of your fellow players. I have given that authority to Babur and he understands this. 

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