Will not satisfy until Pakistan beats Australia at their home soil: Ramiz Raja

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will not satisfy until Pakistan beats Australia

KARACHI: Ramiz Raja, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said he would not feel satisfied until Pakistan beats Australia at their home soil, becoming the world class team.

Addressing a press conference alongside newly-appointed CEO Faisal Hasnain here on Wednesday, Ramiz Raja touched various issues, including the low attendance of crowd during Pakistan-West Indies series, team selection and need for permanent coaches.

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The former opening batsman said that the national team was on the winning track, adding that still more work needs to be done.

He noted that greenshirts has to improve its fielding.

He said that he had been working at the PCB for the past three months yet it feels like three decades have passed.

I realise now that holidays are a blessing, Raja said.