After recovering from a virus, leg-spinner Shadab Khan is sitting supremely confident about putting up a strong show in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament. The rising sensation already tasted success in a major tournament as he won the ICC Champions Trophy back in 2017 and aims to add another trophy in his cabinet.
In the ongoing series against England, Pakistani bowlers are being witnessed having a tough time as the home team is playing an aggressive brand of cricket. Nevertheless, the 20-year old believes that all his unit needs is to get back in rhythm and then they’ll become a threatening bowling department.
Sharing his two cents on the forthcoming mega-event, the Mianwali born added that Pakistan has all the skills to do well in the 10-team competition. While he admitted the areas of concern but the wily cricketer is positive about his team registering a successful World Cup campaign. The iconic event is to get underway from May 30 with a game between England and South Africa.