Pakistan’s Imad Wasim wasn’t remotely fazed by guiding his side to victory over Afghanistan, simply saying it was his turn to be match-winner at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.
Just like Pakistan, Haris Sohail has been reborn at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.
ormer Pakistan fast-bowler feels that Shaheen Shah Afridi is only 19 and he will have bad days and super days, but against New Zealand, it was definitely the latter.
Emulating Virat Kohli is a mere dream for most young batsmen - but Grant Flower believes Babar Azam is well on the path to doing just that after his stylish century downed New Zealand.
They’ll be other centuries scored but it’ll take some knock to beat Babar Azam flawless match-winning score at Edgbaston.
Pakistan bowling coach, Azhar Mahmood, has warned Pakistan they must win the early battles in their clash with New Zealand if they are to stand any chance of toppling the unbeaten Black Caps.
Haris Sohail batted with a point to prove, while Mohammad Amir has a glint in his eye back, according to coach Mickey Arthur after the duo led Pakistan to a vital victory over South Africa.
Sarfaraz Ahmed is adamant defeat to India last time out won’t be playing on Pakistan’s mind in the slightest when they take on South Africa at Lord’s.
Former Pakistan captain and Head Coach felt that the massive difference between both sides showed clearly in their game at Manchester.
Pakistan’s inability to back up Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam’s impressive partnership left captain Sarfaraz Ahmed frustrated following a heavy defeat to rivals India.