Pakistan’s cricket veterans have expressed their admiration for India’s exceptional performance in the World Cup, despite their defeat against Australia. Wasim Akram highlighted the effective programs and depth of talent that keep Indian cricket thriving, emphasizing that setbacks like the final loss are part of the game.
Reflecting on India’s cricket infrastructure, Rashid Latif echoed similar sentiments, attributing the loss to psychological factors. He praised Mohammed Shami as the standout player for India in this World Cup and acknowledged that Indian players had impressive performances throughout the tournament.
Former Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq also praised Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli for their leadership skills. He suggested that younger players must have learned a lot from these two in the dressing room and elsewhere in this World Cup. Additionally, he pointed out that India just needs to continue their effective programs and depth of talent for the future. Overall, Pakistan’s cricket veterans have shown great respect for India’s success in the tournament and offered valuable insights into what makes Indian cricket so strong.