Waqar On Massive Difference Between India and Pakistan

Waqar On Massive Difference Between India and Pakistan

Waqar On Massive Difference Between India and Pakistan

Younis said that India intimidates Pakistan because of their teamwork

Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis said that the difference between Pakistan and India had been getting bigger in the last few years which was made obvious in their team’s defeat on Sunday. India won by 89 runs at Old Trafford Cricket Ground while Pakistan only scored 212.

“In the last few years, there’s been a massive difference (between) India and Pakistan—and again it showed at Old Trafford on Sunday,” said Younis.

Younis believes the gap between Team India and the Shaheens is because Pakistan focuses more on talent while India is all about teamwork.

“Pakistan are still trying to rely on talent alone, while with India it’s all about teamwork. They all know their roles, and they execute them superbly,” stated Younis. “We had good roles in the 1990s, but now I think this India team intimidates Pakistan.”

“India have very classy batsmen, let’s not forget. They wait for the bad ball, and didn’t have to do much against the Pakistan attack given the inconsistency in the length,” added Younis. “Mohammad Amir was the only one who created a bit of pressure by bowling a good length.”

Pakistan will be playing their next match against South Africa at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The Shaheens currently have +5700 odds of winning the entire ICC Cricket World Cup.

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