Ramiz Raja comments on the Indian Bowling attack

Ramiz Raja, former Pakistan Cricketer has come up with a bold claim regarding the Indian bowling unit. He thinks that the Indians are taking a look at Pakistan’s bowling attack.

The Indians totally washed away the Kiwis in the decider match of the T-20 in Ahmedabad. Indians bowled out the latter at just 66 runs. Not only that, the win against New Zealand, made India seal their biggest-ever T-20I win, with a margin of 168 runs.

Ramiz Raja, in a recent video on his Youtube channel, talked about the strategic similarities of the bowling attacks of both India and Pakistan. He said,

“It often feels like India took a look at Pakistan and designed their bowling attack the same way. Umran Malik has pace just as Haris Rauf and Arshdeep brings the left-arm angle like Shaheen Afridi.”

Raja added,

“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 Raja hails praises on Shubman Gill

Ramiz Raja also praised the Indian opener Shubman Gill for his outstanding batting performance in Ahmedabad. Gill smashed 126* off 63 balls, becoming the youngest player to bag an international ton in all formats.

Raja gave explanations on how Gill stuck to conventional cricketing shots even while batting in the slog overs. According to him, it showed that Gill has the potential to become a world-class batter in the coming days. He stated:

“It was a big performance from Shubman Gill and you can see the glimpses of greatness. He plays proper cricketing shots even while hitting big sixes. Looking at his safe hitting you get a feeling that he can even dismantle the better pace attacks in the world. This is a classy addition.”

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