Ramiz Raja has complimented the role of legendary batsman Rahul Dravid in building up the youthful Indian players and said Pakistan needs somebody like him to uncover talent. Regretting the 203-run vanquish on account of India in the elimination rounds of the ICC U-19 World Cup in New Zealand, Ramiz said he was quite stunned at the edge of misfortune.

The 1992 World Cup-winner conceded that India’s enormous win was not astounding given the way that Indian adolescents were better prepped and arranged to deal with pressure circumstances.

“I am impressed with the temperament shown by some of the Indian players. They have a fine find in Shubman Gill and others. Rahul Dravid deserves a lot of credit for preparing and grooming them so effectively,” he said.

Ramiz said having somebody like Dravid as their mentor and tutor was a major lift for the Indian youths.

“They learn in such a great deal from him not just about cricket but rather about everything else. Step by step instructions to act, how to build up the game sense etcetera,” he said.

Ramiz said he was disillusioned with the absence of batting ability in the Pakistan U-19 group.

“The way our players handled and batted, it wasn’t wonderful to watch. I think in Pakistan we require an aggregate patch up of our childhood cricket framework. The cricket board needs to give careful consideration to youth cricket,” he said.

Ramiz said a regarded previous stalwart of Pakistan cricket ought to be given the duty of building up the youthful players.

“We have to give somebody charge for an appropriate time like India has done with Rahul Dravid,” he said.

Ramiz said youth cricket was not in regards to winning but rather more significantly about exploring new players and afterward creating them for what’s to come.

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