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Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja has admitted that in order for the national team to win the World Cup, they need to get rid of their unpredictability tag.
Pakistan have shown flashes of brilliance at times during the tournament, while on other occasions, they have performed horrendously.
The men in green will need a miracle to advance to the semi-finals as they will have to beat Bangladesh by over 300 runs at Lord’s on Friday.
With a near impossible task ahead of them, Ramiz pointed out that unless Pakistan start playing consistent cricket, they won’t win the World Cup.
“Pakistan need to understand that if they want to win the World Cup, they need to throw away the unpredictability tag because until we don’t perform regularly, we cannot become champions,” he was quoted as saying by the Business Recorder.