Pakistan’s talented opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq seems to be in the form of his life. Despite carrying massive criticism relating to his selection in the national team, the proficient batsman takes very little time to silence his naysayers. As it is, Imam contains the second best ODI average in world with a minimum of 1000 ODI runs.
After stunning everyone in South Africa against a strong pace battery, the Lahore born is making the country proud in England. Playing three games of the series, the astute batsman amassed as many as 228 runs at 114. However, the 23-year old player has no plans to rest on his laurels as he aims to do even better in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament starting from May 30 in England and Wales.
“The innings I played in Bristol immensely boosted my confidence. I will try to maintain this level of performance in the remaining games and then in the World Cup so that I live up to the expectations of team’s management,” said by Imam-ul-Haq as he aims success in the forthcoming mega-event.