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I’ll fix Pakistan cricket team, vows PM Imran Khan

Pakistani Prime Minister and world cup winning captain Imran Khan told he will reform and fix the country’s cricket team.



I’ll fix Pakistan cricket team, vows PM Imran Khan
Imran Khan has decided to take things to his own hand. Photo: Time

Pakistan Prime Minister former captain Imran Khan, on Sunday told he will reform and fix the country’s cricket team.

Witnessing the dim performance of the team in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, PM who led Pakistan to conquer their maiden World Cup in 1992, has vowed to resurrect the team before the next big competition.

“I went to England where I learned to play cricket. When we returned from there we raised the standard of other players. After the World Cup I have decided that I will fix the Pakistan cricket team,” Imran Khan told a packed Capital One Arena of overseas Pakistanis in USA.

He is currently visiting the United States for his first meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House.

The honorable PM announced everyone will find Pakistan in a brand new shape in the next World Cup. He said:

“The team you see in the next world cup, mark my words that the team will be a professional team. We will fix the system and bring one in which the best talent comes forward.”

Undoubtedly the most popular sportsman in Pakistan who turned politician, Imran Khan lauded Australia for their cricketing structure and nurturing of talent.

He also said, “Australia is that team which has been the most successful in cricket; why? This is because Australia has a system that nurtures and lets talent rise,” he said.

Pakistan struggled through the mega event and failed to reach to the final four despite winning big matches against England and New Zealand.

Skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has been under intense criticism for lacking in fitness after the team’s horrific show against arch rivals India. India claimed wins in seventh successive World Cup matches against neighboring Pakistan.

It has been reported that PCB selection committee will make decisions of splitting both captains and coaching staffs before their next international schedules.

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