Pakistani cricketers’ need ‘strong brain’ to defeat India

By Raza Ruman

(Pakdestiny.com) While Virat Kohli praised Mohammad Amir for his best-ever spell Pakistan team needs some top class psychiatrist to remove the ‘Indian fear’ to defeat it in future matches.

Yesterday Pakistan lost in T20 Match only because it remained under pressure from India throughout the fixture. Will PCB look at this and do something to make the cricketers’ brain strong? But the PCB does not seem to pay attention to this very best.
Pakistani cricketers are more talented players but they have be mentally strong.
On the other hand Kohali: “It wasn’t an easy wicket to bat, I wasn’t happy with myself in the last game, where I went too hard at the ball. I made mistakes in the last innings but I dug in this time.”
“I would like to congratulate Mohammad Amir for the way he bowled, I actually congratulated him while he was bowling. I was really happy to play such an amazing spell of fast bowling. May god bless him with more success,” Kohli.
The Indian pacemen were right on the money as well after captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni opted to bowl first on a green-tinged pitch. His bowlers responded brilliantly, extracting good movement out of the wicket.
Medium paceman Hardik Pandya was the most successful among the Indian bowlers, picking up three wickets for eight runs, while Pakistan did not help their own cause with Khurram Manzoor and captain Shahid Afridi running themselves out.
Wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed’s 25 was Pakistan’s highest individual score while Manzoor, making his T20 debut, was the only other batsman to reach double figures with 10. Pak Destiny

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