After playing 5 games in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, Pakistan’s chances of making it to the semi-final stage don’t seem bright. With three defeats and a washed-out game, the green team needs to win every contest by also hoping to see other equations going into their favor.
Such a shoddy display has attracted backlash as fans and former cricketers are furious about the listless displays of the national team. The morale of the unit also seems down as few cricketers came out to urge fans to be careful with their choice of words while lashing out on the players.
Amid all this, former Pakistan cricketer Zaheer Abbas has followed the footsteps of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani as the Asian Bradman called Pakistani skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed to share a piece of advice.
During the phone-call, the 71-year old advised the wicket-keeper batsman not to lose self-belief as he urged the unit to come back hard in their remaining games of the competition. Pakistan’s next World Cup fixture is scheduled to take place on June 23 at Lord’s against South Africa.