'Team India has ruined itself...' Former Pakistan cricketer spews poison, praises his team

Former Pakistan cricketer Sarfaraz Nawaz believes that the Babar Azam-led team is stronger than their arch-rivals Team India. Sarfaraz believes that the Indian team is yet to look organized for the upcoming Asia Cup and then the ODI World Cup. So far the team seems scattered. Also looking weak.

Aug 12, 2023 - 12:20
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'Team India has ruined itself...' Former Pakistan cricketer spews poison, praises his team
'Team India has ruined itself...' Former Pakistan cricketer spews poison, praises his team

Fans are eagerly waiting for the match between India and Pakistan (IND vs PAK) in Asia Cup 2023. Even before this, the atmosphere started to build in both countries. In such a situation, the former Pakistan cricketer has played mind games. He called the Indian team weak and termed the Pakistan team led by Babar Azam as strong.

In fact, former Pakistan cricketer Sarfaraz Nawaz believes that the Babar Azam-led team is stronger than its arch-rival Team India. Sarfaraz believes that the Indian team is yet to look organized for the upcoming Asia Cup and then the ODI World Cup. So far the team seems scattered.

Former cricketer Sarfaraz Nawaz said during the press conference in Lahore on Friday, "Pakistan has a more organized and stable team for Asia Cup and World Cup as compared to India. The Indian team is still to prepare its final combination for these major events." Couldn't do it.

Sarfaraz Nawaz further said, "Captains are changing, many new players are being tried, there is no proper combination. I feel the Indian team is being destroyed instead of being developed." He further added, "When you play at home, the expectations are always the highest and it creates more pressure. The plus point for India is that they have some good senior players."

The Asia Cup is starting on 31 August. India and Pakistan will be face-to-face on 2 September. At the same time, a high-voltage match will be played between the two on October 14 in the ODI World Cup. When India hosted the World Cup in 2011, MS Dhoni's team won the title by defeating Sri Lanka in the final at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer