Mitchell Starc, the exuberant Australian paceman, will once again be holding a pivotal role in Australia’s pace department for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. While the 29-year old struggled for form in the last six months but Starc believes that he can reproduce his superlative displays in the mega-event.
Recently, the New South Wales born compared the challenges of a World Cup event with a series consisting of few games against the same opposition. Like the last edition of the mega-event where he was the leading wicket-taker with 22 scalps, Starc revealed that he would look to emulate his 2015 success in the all-important tournament. Moreover, former Royal Challengers Bangalore cricketer believes that his national team has enough talent to defend their title in the 10-team tournament.
“It is going to be a great but demanding tournament. You want to be playing your best cricket at the end. It is surely different than playing the same team in a series. I would look to perform strongly in the World Cup,” said by the sharp-witted cricketer.