Pakistan opener, Imam-ul-Haq feels he failed to live up to the expectations in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019 hosted by England and Wales. While speaking to the media, the opener said he vows to make a strong comeback after learning from his failures.
"I think what expectations I had from myself I could not meet them. I had starts but couldn't score big. I am very young so I have learned a lot in this World Cup. What mistakes I have committed, I have learned from them and I am sure that will help me,” Imam said.
The 23-year-old, who is always being questioned for his place in the team, has had a disappointed World Cup campaign scoring only 205 runs, including only one half-century in seven outings in the mega-event. Following his disappointing performances, his place in the playing IX is seriously under threat.