Pakistan skipper Babar Azam had a positive discussion with the new Pakistan Cricket Board chief and former opener Ramiz Raja, who is set to start his new innings after September 13.
“I had a positive discussion with Ramiz [Raja] Bhai. He shared his mindset with us and we would carry that forward,” Azam said as quoted by Cricket Pakistan.
Azam also spoke about his team’s match with arch-rivals India in the upcoming T20 World Cup.
“India will be under more pressure, as compared to Pakistan, during the T20 World Cup match as they have not played T20 cricket as a group for quite a while. India are currently playing Test cricket and after that, they will get busy with franchise cricket.”
He further added Pakistan would feel at home in the UAE.
“The UAE is like our home ground and we will try to give our 100 percent on the field,” said Azam.