Abdul Razzaq makes a wonderful prediction about the rankings in Pakistan

Abdul Razzaq, the former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Allrounder and current Coach, believed that the national team could become one of the world's top teams. Razzaq said the team in both divisions has improved slowdowns and bounds and has moved in the right direction.

'We just have to look at those people in a similar phase of reconstruction like South Africa, Australia, Sri Lanka, and England now like us, like us. We have seen how South Africa is coming late, but luckily Pakistan is not there, and I am very pleased that we have made a marked increase in batting, bowling, and fielding," said Razzaq.

The trick of being the world's strongest team in all three departments is that Razzaq does this. In the late 90s and early 2000s, he gave an example of the Australian side, who won three straight ICC cricket World Cups and said that all teams must look at the great Australian team in order to better their own match.

Currently, Pakistan ranks 6th at ODIs, 5th in test, and 4th in T20Is.

He also welcomed and the benefit of the national team for the new domestic setup. He said that in the last two years the players have already improved significantly and in the coming future the national team will reap the benefits.

"I want us to follow the format of England where it's close to international setup how cricket is run and players care about," said Razzaq.

His coaching career started well, guided Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to a brilliant last season, and won National T20 Cup, Pakistan One Day Cup, and the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.