Islamabad, Nov 22: Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja has said his country’s team is trying hard to regain their credibility after the spot-fixing scandal.
They are trying hard to win each and every match they play, the Daily Times quoted Raja, as saying.
He agreed that Pakistan’s one-day series win over Sri Lanka and their fighting performance on Sunday in the fourth match was important after the damage caused by the spot-fixing scandal.
“I think after the damage done by the spot-fixing issue and the turbulent times and trials that Pakistan cricket has been through the players themselves want to just win every match to regain their credibility as a team and to win back the confidence of their supporters and cricket fans all over the world,” Raja added.
He said the winning trend was a very positive development for Pakistan cricket, which needed to do well to get back on track.
Crediting good captaincy from Misbahul Haq for the turnaround in fortunes. Ramiz saidL “He is calm, calculated and disciplined and has led the side well. The players have responded to his style of captaincy in the last six months.” (ANI)