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“Indian players don’t play for team, but for themselves”, Inzamam-ul-Haq

Indian players don't play for the team, but for themselves
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Pakistan’s former cricketer Inzamam-ul-Haq, has played between 1991 to 2007. Inzamam-ul-Haq was one of the best batsman and the only cricketer who has scored 20,000 runs in International cricket.

While talking with Ramiz Raja, Inzamam-ul-Haq expressed his thoughts about Indian batsmen.

Ramiz Raja operates a Youtube channel where he usually invites peoples for the interviews and to know about their thoughts about any particular topic. In most cases related to cricket.

When Ramiz Raja asked Inzamam about the current situation of the Pakistan team then he expressed his words.

Inzamam’s Comment on Indian batsmen:

According to Inzamam-ul-Haq, Indian batsmen always score runs to save their place in the team and they don’t score for the team. He gave a reason for this, He said Indian selectors don’t give their player any chance if they failed to score in one series.

Inzamam compares them with Pakistani former captain Imran Khan. He said if Pakistani batsmen didn’t have any good series then Imran Khan used to give them another chance and he just didn’t kick them out.

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“India batsmen’s 100 for themselves and Pakistan batsmen’s 30 runs for Team”

While commenting on Indian batsmen’s, Inzamam said if any Indian player made century than because of themselves, just to save their place in the team.
Whereas if any Pakistani batsman made 30-40s than they made for the team only.

“During our time, India had a very strong batting line-up than us on paper. Our record as batsmen was not better than theirs. But if one of us made even 30-40 runs, we made it for the team. If an Indian player scored a century, it wouldn’t be for the team, he would be playing for himself. That made a difference”, Said Inzamam-ul-Haq.