Mohali: Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja believes Afridi's side possess the momentum and self-belief to break their World Cup jinx.
Rameez Raja was one of the most stylish batsmen to have emerged from Pakistan. He also played a key role in the team's 1992 World Cup triumph, aggregating 349 runs at 58.17 with two centuries. Aptly, Raja's catch to dismiss Richard Illingworth completed Pakistan's 22-run win over England in the final. Raja went on to captain Pakistan and later was appointed the Chief Executive Officer of the Cricket Board. The 38-year-old spoke about today's World Cup semi-final clash between India and Pakistan.