PAK vs WI: Ramiz Raja rallied against Azhar Ali of Ouda against West Indies Zero, said – Aging dominated

Former cricketer Ramiz Raja has clashed against Azhar Ali, who returned to the pavilion in the first innings of the second Test against the West Indies at Sabina Park in Kingston. Azizar has played a lot of Test matches in his career, but he has yet to learn to maintain his balance in the crease. Pakistan’s former Test captain said age seemed to dominate Azhar. Both Ramiz took a class of openers. Skipper Babar Azam and Fawad Alam combined for 166 runs for the fourth wicket with Pakistan’s 212 for 4.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, Ramiz Raja said, “Pakistan has close savings against the West Indies. He lost his last three wickets for just 2 runs, which he lost in the last game. So they need a good start from the top-notch. Pakistan has been facing the top order problem in foreign tours for the past few years. It is true that batting on the Jamaican pitch is not easy. You can’t run there unless you adjust the conditions and your strategy. All the top three batsmen have performed poorly and their purpose is challenged. When you give it up, it’s hard to stay in the crease.

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Regarding Azhar Ali’s form, the former cricketer said, “Azhar Ali has played a lot of Test matches but he has not yet learned to maintain balance in the crease. Their reflexes slow down with age. In the last innings they have to do something here and Pakistan needs it. The same applies to beginners. Unless he makes a good start, Pakistan cannot be the biggest team in Test cricket. Pakistan lost to West Indies by one wicket in the first Test.

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