Ramiz Raja Discusses His “Provocative Statement” Toward An Indian Journalist Openly
Ramiz Raja, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), yelled at an Indian journalist when he asked to speak to “Pakistani supporters who were devastated after the loss.”
Babar Azam led Pakistan, but they lost to Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup final by a score of 23 runs. The Islanders kept playing and eventually won the game six times to take first place. However, Ramiz Raja’s conduct after the game sparked the most debate. The head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) yelled at an Indian journalist for asking Ramiz to speak to “Pakistani supporters who were distraught after the loss.”
The PCB president was furious when he heard the query and asked to know the journalist’s citizenship while also implying that the Indian supporters would be pleased with the result. Along with that, Shane saw Ramiz steal his phone before returning it.
On Pakistan Cricket’s official YouTube channel, Ramiz recently responded to queries from viewers on the event that took place after the Asia Cup final.
As he continued to discuss the situation, Ramiz said, “Let me explain what happened. The approach to thinking was flawed. The reporter questioned whether all Pakistani fans were disappointed over their country’s defeat in the Asia Cup final. Just how did he know this was all I wanted to know. How can you tell the supporters are upset when you are at a different location?
In the Asia Cup 2022 championship game, Sri Lanka humiliated Pakistan for the second time in a row. Despite being in trouble after the first 10 overs of the summit match in Dubai, Babar Azam’s squad had won the toss. The Lankans were 67/5. They were unable to benefit from their situation. The Lankans made 170/6 thanks to Bhanuka Rajapaksa’s unbeaten 71, which he crushed. Then, Sri Lankan bowlers bowled Pakistan for 147 to complete an incredible victory.
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