T20 World Cup: Ramiz Raja slams PCB, says, ‘Pakistan’s ranking reflects they cannot make it to finals of tournaments’ – Former Pakistan batsman Ramiz Raja has said that the Babar Azam-led side remains highly inconsistent and their ranking in all three formats reflects that they cannot make it to the finals of major tournaments.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is set to take the decision on who will be the next Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief. Ramiz Raja can either take up the role or either current chairman Ehsan Mani can be given an extension. “I did meet with the PM and presented him with a roadmap for how Pakistan cricket can go forward. It was a cricket-centric discussion on the problems Pakistan cricket is facing and what possible steps can be taken to improve the overall performance. I am glad he called me up and heard me out. He is concerned about the state of cricket overall and is open to discussion,” ESPNcricinfo quoted Raja as saying.
Imran Khan had met his former teammate Raja on Monday. Ehsan Mani’s tenure is slated to end on August 25, but he could be given an extension, possibly for a year instead of the usual three years.
New Zealand and England are slated to tour Pakistan later this year. Currently, Azam’s side is squaring off against West Indies in a two-match Test series.