Pakistan lost their 1st World Cup match against West Indies at Trent Bridge yesterday and the batting collapse of the green shirts was humiliating, to say the least.
Pakistan were all out for 105 runs on the board and the pumped up pace battery of West Indies went through the fragile batting line up of Pakistan.
However, Pakistan's former legendary pacer and captain Wasim Akram said that the fans need to relax and the tournament is not over yet.
"Yes, it is disappointing but in a long tournament like this, Pakistan can still make a comeback in the upcoming matches."
Wasim also talked about the importance of fans who support their respective teams despite highs and lows in their game. Pakistan will face England in their next match at the same ground and the fans are still hopeful that Pakistan will make a comeback in the tournament.