Ramiz Raja, a former leader of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), claimed that no team could defeat India at home. In the second Test, Rohit Sharma and company destroyed Australia by six wickets to win the Border-Gavaskar Trophy on Sunday.
Ramiz Raja, the former head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), was all praise for Rohit Sharma’s Team India on Sunday after the hosts thrashed Australia at home to win back the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. At the Arun Jaitely Stadium, the Indian team, led by Ravindra Jadeja, crushed Pat Cummins and company by six wickets to win the second Test match. The Rahul Dravid-coached team has an unbeatable 2-0 lead over Australia in the four-match Test series after their impressive victory over the Baggy Greens.
On Day 3 of the second Test match at Delhi, all-rounder Jadeja and seasoned spinner Ravichandran Ashwin dismantled the elite batting order of the Baggy Greens. As India thrashed Australia for 113 in its second innings, Jadeja recorded his best career figures of 7-42 and Ashwin claimed three significant wickets. On Sunday, Cheteshwar Pujara helped India win the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by playing an unbeaten innings in his 100th Test match and by scoring the go-ahead runs.
Raja asserted that no team can defeat India at home while discussing the brutal Indian team on his YouTube channel.
“Australia’s match ended similarly to how the Aussies used to end games against teams from the subcontinent in Perth or Brisbane. The situation has changed. A typical showing when facing spin. In one session, nine wickets were lost. Raja praised Jadeja’s bowling performance as being excellent.
The former PCB chief Raja attacked Australia for their “disastrous” batting performance against the Indian spinners. Axar played a tough 74-ball innings against Australia. Lower-order
“Axar Patel’s batting was the game-winner. In light of the situation, he scored 60–70 runs. When Australia might have taken a sizable lead, he partnered with Ashwin. That is due to Australia’s mental fragility and technical shortcomings. The way they bat against spin is terrible. They made mistakes, played sweep shots, and batted erratically, the former Pakistan captain continued.