Pakistan will enter the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament with a bizarre run as the boys in green have been defeated in their last 10 completed ODI games. In the recently concluded series against England, Pakistan did come close to winning 2 games but the quality of English side proved too much for a side which is making a plethora of errors.
Despite a horrible recent run in the 50-over cricket, Pakistan’s head coach Mickey Arthur has backed his unit to record a sturdy comeback in the forthcoming mega-event. The 51-year old believes that his unit needs to focus on the positives and learn from their mistakes. While the Johannesburg born admitted the areas of concern but he is confident of addressing them before the commencement of the 50-over competition which is due to start from May 30 in England and Wales.
“We are taking a lot of positives out of this series, particularly our batting. My players always play for the 210 million people of Pakistan. We will be ready for the World Cup when it starts,” Mickey Arthur stated while dissecting the series defeat against England.