Ramiz Raja
Ramiz Raja. (Picture Supply: Twitter)

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja has been fairly vocal in his latest interviews. The previous cricketer lately had a pointy change of phrases with a TV anchor, stating that Indian followers had been joyful even after their group couldn’t attain the finals of the lately concluded Asia Cup, as a result of Virat Kohli ended his long-running century drought within the match.

Kohli stroked a century towards Afghanistan, however he additionally had some shut moments on the sector the place he might have been dismissed. Within the interview, Raja identified that 4 catches of Kohli had been dropped throughout the innings towards Afghanistan, however no Indian fan spoke about that.

 If a Pakistani batter scores a century why is not it run in that style within the media? Questioned Ramiz

Giving a pointy response to Raja’s remark, an anchor on Samaa TV stated: “That’s as a result of Kohli hadn’t scored his 71st (worldwide) century for 3 years. Or else it would not have been that essential.”

Raja replied: “What are you speaking about? 4 of his catches in that match had been dropped, that too towards a group like Afghanistan. And my level is that, if a Pakistani batter scores a century why is not it run in that style within the media?”

The anchor once more countered Ramiz saying, “Unn chaar catches chhootne ko toh essential kudrat ka nizam kahungi (I might name these 4 dropped catches as legal guidelines of nature) as a result of this ‘kudrat ka nizam‘ may be very well-known lately.”

The time period ‘kudrat ka nizam‘ was lately utilized by Pakistan’s head coach Saqlain Mushtaq after their collection loss towards England. In the meantime, Pakistan suffered their first defeat within the tri-series towards New Zealand on October 11 (Tuesday) because the Kiwi aspect restricted them to a low rating after which chased down the overall after dropping only one wicket.