Pakistan cricket team isn't going in a very good form into the ICC World Cup 2019 to be held in England and Wales from May 30. They are now currently at a 10-match losing streak while Afghanistan added further misery during the warm-up game.
Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has said he is confident that Pakistan will deliver when it matters and that the team will peak at the right time despite their consecutive series loses and humiliating defeat from the hands of a spirited Afghan side.
“We’ve already learned a lot,” he said. “Playing in five different grounds, on different types of pitches, means we know the conditions pretty well now. We’ve been here for almost a month and are adapting to the conditions well.” Sarfaraz added.
Speaking about the inclusion of Wahab Riaz in the squad, the 32-year-old said that it’s good to have an experienced fast bowler like Wahab in the team which will add muscle to their bowling line-up during the World Cup.