Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal has said that Indian cricket is currently going through its golden phase as it has never compromised on Test cricket. He also said that the Indian cricket is moving forward because its former cricketers are also associated with its development.
He said, ‘Among all the stalwarts of Indian cricket, barring MS Dhoni, no one has retired after playing cricket with a white ball. All others have played their last Test match. This gives us a good idea of their point of view. How to build a team, how to bring players in the Indian set-up.
The former wicketkeeper batsman also said that the success of India’s success in cricket has been largely due to the contribution of veteran cricketers like Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman and Anil Kumble. Kamran said, ‘Full credit for the Mindset of Team India. Look at all the Indian giants of the 90s, from Rahul Dravid to Anil Kumble to VVS Laxman, all of them are associated with Indian cricket in some way. This is helping the new generation. ‘
He further said- It is not just for IPL but they also keep an eye on domestic cricket, whether it is Virender Sehwag or Yuvraj Singh. He (India) has not changed his (brand’s) cricket, but he has elevated his current level.