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Pakistan's attack can challenge the best anywhere

Pakistan have shown lot of grit, Ramiz Raja says, and the results are reflecting their collective hard work under Misbah-ul-Haq's leadership (13:05)

Interviewer: George Dobell

January 29, 2012

Posted by   on (January 31, 2012, 18:29 GMT)

As expected, a couple of biased comments from the supporters of a team who have lost 7 test matches in a row. A world No.1 team should have chased a modest total anywhere in the world. It was simply the magic bowling of the spinners that left the Brits startled. Not to forget Swann ranked highly in ICC rankings had the same pitch to bowl at and infact Monty did reaped some benefits out of it.

Posted by jnanesh on (January 31, 2012, 6:51 GMT)

Mr.Rameez Raja do not come to final conclusion that pakistan can beat any team, abu dhabi & dubai pitches similar to pakistan (spin) it is not a sportive pitch. And just visit to India, Australia, South Afrika and even to england see the different result and don't be too exited friend be cool otherwise peoples are going to laugh at you, bye

Posted by premendrasinghal on (January 30, 2012, 12:32 GMT)

MR Ramiz Raja definitely you looked over excited with this win. But don't mind this victory is on a spinning track and England is not a good side to get this conclusion. Still a long way to go to say this. As we have already seen that England whitewashed India and then lost the ODI series with 5-0 in India after soon after that India lost to Australia in Test series. I know that tou will say it is not at home its on neutral venue but the point is that condition better suits to PAK.

Posted by   on (January 30, 2012, 9:40 GMT)

I think that association of those who performed well for pakistan even outside pakistan, during their playing days, has played a role in pakistan sucsess. i mean Mohsin(2 tons in Australia and a double in England )Ajaz good record against the Australia and of course Waqar .I do not know really but it is a point worth noting

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