“Learn From Countries Like India,” Danish Kaneria Advices Babar Azam
India’s success in this series has gave a chance to a former Pakistani cricketer to take a dig at his own team.
The India cricket team will play their final One Day match of New Zealand – India ODI Series 2023. India will look forward to whitewash the 3-match series by winning the third ODI as well.
Third match which will be played tomorrow at Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
New Zealand will play to avoid the whitewash, as they were also the number ODI team no too long ago, and the ranking will also be on stake in this final match.
In the first match of the ODI series, the Indian team put up a huge score 349 with the help of Shubman Gill’s double hundred.
In 2nd ODI, Indian bowlers wrapped up the Kiwis just for 108 runs.
Team India’s success in in winning back to back series, give a chance to Danish Kaneria to question the preparedness of his own team.
In a YouTube video, the former Pakistani cricketer, Danish Kaneria compared about the ODI series which was earlier played between Pakistan and New Zealand and Pakistan lost.
Pakistani fans and experts slammed the Pakistani team for not performing well even in their home conditions.
Danish Kaneria asked whether the Pakistani team made a huge score in that series
Any Pakistani batter scored 200 runs or if Pak dominated the Kiwis in any match.
That nothing of this sort happened in that series.
That the Pakistani team and management need to learn from other countries like India
They should learn to take advantage of their home conditions instead of getting exposed at home.
He gave the example of Ishan Kishan and said that the 24-year-old is being groomed as the backup for KL Rahul after Rishabh Pant’s unfortunate accident.
He also slammed the Pakistani captain Babar Azam that he has failed in inspiring the squad because he is only scoring in 50s and that too in losing cause.
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