The action-packed ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament is only few hours away as all the teams are gearing up to steal the thunder of the much awaited event. Pakistan and West Indies will open their World Cup campaign by locking horns against each other on May 31 at Nottingham.
Renowned former Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed will be rendering the responsibility of mentoring West Indies for the forthcoming 10-team tournament. However, the 48-year old has found himself in a bit of discomfort as his professional duties and personal affiliations aren’t on the same page. While reflecting on the matter, the Sahiwal born promised to deliver professionally for West Indies but admitted his heart tilting towards Pakistan like always.
“In past, I worked with England and it was hard to see Pakistan lose against them. Same is true for West Indies now. Professionally, I’d do whatever I can for West Indies but my heart lies with Pakistan and I do foster warm wishes for my country,” revealed by Mushtaq Ahmed as he shares his feelings before the all-important game against Pakistan.