Pakistan’s World Cup campaign is almost over and the opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq has expressed disappointment at his performance in the ICC World Cup 2019.
Pakistan lost to West Indies in their first World Cup match by getting all out for just 105 runs and the same match came to haunt Pakistan later in the tournament.
Pakistan’s run-rate was pushed to -5 and the chances of the men in green making it to the semi-finals of the tournament are almost over now.
However, Imam-ul-Haq feels that Pakistan lost a close match against Australia which was in their grasp and he was batting well in that match.
“I was settled and we were approaching towards a significant partnership, but we failed and I should have won that match for Pakistan.”
Pakistan will face Bangladesh tomorrow in their last World Cup match and they would need an absolute miracle to qualify for the semi-finals. Pakistan needs to beat Bangladesh by 311 runs provided that they bat first and score 350.