Pakistan’s first three games in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament has earned every possible result. Losing against West Indies and then winning against England, Pakistan received a washout against Sri Lanka to get a single point. However, Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) Managing Director Wasim Khan is positive about national team’s World Cup hopes.
Reflecting on the ongoing 50-over competition, the 48-year old added that Pakistani unit had fantastic training sessions for the World Cup event. He shared that the green team is comprised of exceptional cricketers with whom they can beat any team of the competition. The Birmingham born also defended the think tank’s policy of resting key players for the series against Australia as Wasim reiterated that cricketers aren’t robots so their workload needs to be managed.
“I feel that we are ultra-competitive, and we have as good a chance of winning the title as any other participating team. Prior to arriving in England, Mickey Arthur worked a lot on boys for about three and a half weeks and this helped the unit immensely,” said by Wasim Khan as he shared his views regarding the preparations of the boys in green.