“Who is Abdul Razzaq?” Indian Fans slammed Razzaq over his statement against India Team

Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq recently made a controversial comment about the Indian cricket team, claiming that the Pakistan team is superior to the Indian team.

On the 17th of October, the T20I cricket world cup will begin in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. Top teams from across the world will compete for a chance to win for their country. In a competition where all of the matches appear to be thrilling, the “mother of all clashes” between India and Pakistan will take place on October 24th. Cricket fans all across the world are looking forward to this match and it will be exciting to see which team emerges victorious. Many former cricketers, analysts, and experts have expressed their opinions ahead of the match, but a former Pakistani all-rounder has made a bold claim, claiming that the current Virat Kohli-led Indian team is weaker than the Pakistani team that will compete in the tournament due to the talent Pakistan has in the game.

Talking to a News anchor during a show Razzaq said “I don’t think India can compete with Pakistan. The kind of talent Pakistan has is entirely different and I don’t think is a good thing for cricket that India and Pakistan are not having matches. It used to be an exciting prospect and give players the opportunity to show how much pressure they could handle. So that has gone missing. I feel that had it continued, people would have found out that the kind of talent Pakistan has, India does not.”

Following the release of the statement by the former Pakistani cricketer, it went viral on social media and became a talking point among social media users. Indian fans slammed Abdul Razzaq for his statement on Twitter, so we’ve compiled a list of some of their responses.

So, what are your thoughts on Abdul Razzaq’s statement about the skill that both countries possess? According to the statistics, India has the upper hand in the ICC tournament. You can express yourself in the comments area. Don’t forget to like, share, and follow for more cricket news.