Pakistan’s chairman selection committee, Inzamam Ul Haq is confident that Pakistan can beat India in the contest of Champions Trophy on June 4 in Birmingham. Moreover, their prime goal is to go on and win the tournament.
Pakistan and India have come face to face three times in Champions Trophy and Pakistan have the upper hand with two wins in them. They defeated India in 2004 by three wickets in a game that took place in Edgabston.
“We can win again,” said Inzamam Ul Haq. “We are not going to England just to beat India but our prime target is to win the championship,” he added.
Inzamam Ul Haq believes that series win against West Indies in their backyard has boosted players’ morale and they are ready to take on the big challenge of Champions Trophy in England.
Seven of Pakistani players left for England from Lahore on Tuesday, whereas eight other players including the captain Sarfraz Ahmed joined them from West Indies.
Ahmed Shehzad will leave for West Indies on Thursday.