As the ICC World Cup 2019 draws nearer, different pundits and former players are weighing in on their valuable advice for their respective teams that could help them win the mega-event. The first match of the upcoming World Cup will be played between England and South Africa on May 30th.
Pakistan’s former all-rounder, Abdul Razzaq believes that playing selfless cricket is the key to success in a big tournament like this.
“Selfless cricket will be the key as players who keep their country before anything else are likely to be successful. Like the entire nation, I also want the team to return home with the World Cup trophy. Players need to give World Cup its due importance because it’s a major tournament,” said Razzaq.
The 39-year-old, who represented Pakistan in 363 international matches across formats, was also satisfied with the squad selected for the World Cup but was also wary of pressure, which comes from participating in such a tournament.