Rameez Raja raised questions on Pakistan-Gymbabwe series (Ramiz Raja / Twitter)
Zimbabwe defeated Pakistan in the Harare Test by a big margin of innings and 147 runs. Pakistan won the series but its former captain and famous commentator Ramiz Raja questioned this victory.
New Delhi. Former Pakistan captain and famous commentator Rameez Raja often makes headlines due to his statements. Rameez Raja has once again commented on the Pakistani team that Babur Azam and his players will not be happy. Ramiz Raja questioned the Pakistan and Zimbabwe Test and said that if such matches continue, then people will stop watching cricket and start watching football and other sports. Let us tell that in the Harare Test, Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by a big margin of innings and 147 runs. Pakistan won the Test series 2–0. Pakistan scored 510 runs in the first innings and in response, Zimbabwe’s team could only manage 132 runs in the first innings and 231 runs in the second innings. Pakistan-Zimbabwe clash like a joke-king Rameez Raja looked very disappointed in the one-sided match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe. On his YouTube channel Rameez Raja said, ‘There should not be a series like Pakistan-Zimbabwe. There is a similar danger on Test matches, very few people see it. If you show people such a one-sided match, then they will start watching football and other sports. The three-day Test match is a joke. ” Rameez Raja further said, ‘Some people believe that there should be a match between weak and strong teams, this gives weak teams a lot to learn. But I do not think Zimbabwe learned anything from this. Zimbabwe played in the first Test match, the same way it played in the second match as well. Hasan Ali kept crying in the room for 2 years, but now ‘Gadar’, Ashwin also left behind Let us know that Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by an innings and 147 runs in the Harare Test on Monday and made a clean sweep in the two-Test series. Pakistan needed only one wicket to win on the fourth day. Shaheen Shah Afridi completed the formality of the victory by getting Luke Jongwe (37) caught by wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan in the fifth over of the day. Zimbabwe extended their second innings in the morning by 220 runs for nine wickets and their team was dismissed for 231 after adding only 11 runs. Afridi took five wickets for 52 runs. Apart from him, Nauman Ali (five for 86) also took five wickets in the second innings.