Pakistan PM Imran Khan, Can’t forget World Cup loss against India Says Sarfaraz Must choose Bat first

Months after World Cup 2019 reached an end with host England winning their lady trophy, Pakistan PM Imran Khan attacked chief Sarfaraz Ahmed for selecting to bowl first against India.

The previous World Cup-winning commander had proposed Pakistan should bat first on winning the coin hurl in Old Trafford, Manchester, yet Sarfaraz picked to a bowl and things did not go according to design.

Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul batted together for more than 23 overs and put on a noteworthy 136-run stand. Rohit proceeded to hit 140 runs which helped India assembled 336 for five out of 50 overs. In answer, Pakistan continued losing wickets at customary interims and India won the match by 89 runs (DLS strategy).

In an occasion, Imran said that one ought not to fear misfortune. "The dread of losing causes you to have an extraordinary technique, negative and cautious. Like as of late in the World Cup, our commander did; in the wake of winning the hurl, you bat, not put the other group into bat. This is regarding appearances".

After the match, Sarfaraz Ahmed and his side confronted a great deal of analysis. The skipper, who selected to bat initially had stated, "We will bowl first. It has been raining in Old Trafford from the most recent three days so conditions are useful for bowling. I think it is a decent choice to play two spinners against India. We have quality spinners and we have upheld them today. India Pakistan is a major match. We are not contemplating 6-0. We are simply concentrating on this match and we need to play our best game. We are not considering the outcome".

by Ishan Soni | Thu, Aug 29 - 11:56 AM

Related Posts

Bhavina Patel wins India’s first medal at Tokyo Paralympics; PM Modi praises her efforts

Tokyo Olympics: Athlete Neeraj Chopra performed like a ‘True soldier’, added stars to the Indian flag

WWE Superstar John Cena hints at his retirement says,” My Body could tell me after this Extended stay”

Paying honour to Neeraj Chopra, AFI decides to name August 7th as ‘Javelin Throw Day’

Neeraj Chopra makes history in Tokyo Olympics, grabs first gold medal for India in Javelin Throw