Former Pakistan skipper, Wasim Akram believes that Pakistan’s convincing win over South Africa was a perfect answer to critics and he was happy to see the team get back to their winning ways. Pakistan defeated South Africa by 49 runs to send the Proteas packing out of the World Cup.
Now another big test awaits Pakistan in the shape of unbeaten New Zealand and Wasim wants Sarfaraz Ahmed’s men to get inspiration from the 1992 World Cup match against the Kiwis. "They were unbeaten in 1992 too before playing against us and we won the game, they’re unbeaten again and I hope we repeat the show, but boys will have to give their best," Wasim said.
Moreover, the ‘Sultan of Swing’ stated that Pakistan doesn’t need to change the winning combination for the upcoming matches. Pakistan management dropped Hasan Ali and Shoaib Malik following their horrific performance and replaced them with Haris Sohail and Shaheen Shah Afridi.