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Pakistan Cricket Performance after Ramiz Raja appointed Chairman PCB

Chairman PCB Ramiz Raja

The former Pakistan Captain and 1992 World Cup winner Ramiz Raja was appointed as the 34th Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on September 13, 2021.

Pakistan’s Performance in Cricket after September 13, 2021

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Since September 13, 2021 (when Ramiz Raja was elected as the 34th PCB Chairman) till November 09, 2022, Pakistan has played:

Matches
Won
Lost
Drawn
7 Tests322
9 ODIs81
37 T20Is2512

Pakistani batsmen in ICC Rantings

There are 8 Pakistani batsmen in the current list of top 20 players of various ICC Rankings.

Following is the comparison with the Countries mentioned:

Countries
Test
ODI
T20I
Total
Pakistan3338
England2327
Australia5319
New Zealand2237
India33410
  • Shaheen Shah Afridi, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan won top ICC Awards in 2021. Afridi (ICC Men’s Cricketer of 2021) received the prestigious Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, Babar received the glittering prize for being named ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of 2021, and Rizwan got the trophy for ICC Men’s T20I Cricketer of 2021.
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Pakistan Cricket Performance after Ramiz Raja appointed Chairman PCB

  • Pakistan is 5th in ICC World Test Championship 2021-2023 and 4th in ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.
  • Babar Azam is ranked 3rd in Tests, 1st in ODIs and 4td in T20Is.
  • Mohammad Rizwan is ranked No 2 in T20Is.
  • Imam-Ul-Haq is ranked No 2 in ODIs.
  • Shaheen Shah Afridi is ranked No 3 in Tests, No 4 in ODIs and No 22 in T20Is (He has not played any cricket in the past couple of months due to injury).

Furthermore, six Foreign Coaches including two former England International Cricketers has been inducted to work in the Domestic Season 2022-23.

Chief Selector Mohammad Wasim

Mohammad Wasim was appointed as the Chief Selector of Pakistan Cricket Board on December 19, 2020 until the 2023 World Cup.

The PCB has a process of reviewing the performance of all its employees which includes the Chief Selector.

The performance of the team is also a reflection of the performance of the Chief Selector.

The PCB is paying the Chief Selector a monthly fee of Rs 1,000,000 (taxable), plus an official mobile phone with sim.

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