PM Khan motivates Pakistan’s World Cup squad to lift trophy


The Prime Minister of Pakistan and 1992 World Cup winning captain Imran Khan motivated the World Cup bunch to clinch the coveted title of the mega event which kicks off May 30 in England and Wales.

Pakistani players who will travel to the UK for a long 2.5-month tour met the former cricketer Imran Khan in Islamabad where they had a useful discussion about the upcoming world’s biggest cricketing event.

“It is a big responsibility on you guys to represent your country in a tournament like World Cup. You are ambassadors of Pakistan and all eyes are on you. You need to be so strong that marks achievement for the country,” Khan told the players.

The former skipper asked the players to show sportsmen spirit and try not to do anything which harms the country’s image. “When you are representing your country then your each and every step is under consideration,” he said.

The World Cup-winner skipper also shared tipped to Sarfraz Ahmed and men which will help them win matches in the multi-nation tournament. “Just go out on the field with a positive mindset and winning approach,” said Imran.

The skipper Sarfraz presented Pakistan team jersey to the patron-in-chief of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The PCB chairman and the team management including the coach Mickey Arthur were also present in the meeting.

It is pertinent to mention here that 17-member squad will leave for the UK on April 23 where they will play England in a bilateral series. The green shirts will face West Indies to start their World Cup campaign on May 31.