Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has promised that the Men in Green will give their everything, amid the forthcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup in England and Wales.
The Pakistan captain shared these contemplations while talking amid a public interview, after the landing of World Cup trophy in Islamabad.
“What has happened has occurred yet what I might want to demand the Pakistani country to petition God for us,” said Sarfaraz. “We will endeavor to perform past our capacities and attempt and do well in the World Cup.”
The wicketkeeper-batsman additionally said that couple of spots are still available for anyone, to the extent squad for World Cup is concerned, and the planned wellness Tests, on April 15 and 16, will assume a noteworthy job in verifying that.
“When we sit with the determination board of trustees after the wellness tests, there are a few players we should make this side total,” he said.
He likewise distinguished Pakistan’s key players, who are enthused about setting up a decent show, for the super occasion.
“Our key players for the World Cup squad are Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi; these are simply the sorts of players, including, who can perform well for Pakistan in the World Cup,” he said. “Every one of these players have been a piece of the side for the past are one and a quarter years and have all been caught up with moving in the direction of the World Cup.”
The 31-year-old additionally talked about his association with Pakistan Head Coach Mickey Arthur.
“I have an exceptionally decent association with Mickey Arthur and he instructs me to concentrate more in the group and I will deal with the rest,” he said. “Mickey goes to the cutting edge with the goal that the group and commander can concentrate on their amusement. Every single outside weight are handled by Mickey, while I deal with issues inside the ground.”
Sarfaraz additionally talked about the weight that accompanies captaining the side and particularly an Asian one.
“It is difficult being skipper for any nation, and particularly so when discussing Asian sides,” he said. “In non-Asian sides, they will choose who the skipper is and what the pool of players is and afterward for a year or all the more no progressions happen paying little heed to the outcome.”
He included: “You are in a bad position in Asian sides as skipper on the off chance that you lose a couple of arrangement.”
He likewise valued crafted by Pakistan Army in reestablishing harmony and therefore wearing exercises in the nation.
“As you most likely are aware cricket is a game that is famous in Pakistan, and in the previous 3 years we have had top-quality cricket following a nonattendance of 10 years for which I might want to thank the Chief of Army Staff whose diligent work has made this conceivable,” he closed.