CHRISTCHURCH: Pakistan team captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said that his side will make a comeback in the World Cup after the team’s second straight loss in the tournament, ARY Sports reports.
Misbah-ul-Haq, speaking in a press conference after his side’s loss to West Indies, said that the team failed in all three departments. He added that it is up to the players to perform in the ground irrespective of what the coach teaches them.
The Pakistani captain, expressing his optimism for the match against Zimbabwe, said that the best eleven will play in the match and his team will make a comeback in the World Cup.
The ’92 Champions have already lost both of their crucial matches in the mega event and have been on the brink to perform or to get eliminated from the show case event of the sport.
They suffered a 76-run defeat at the hands of arch-rivals India and faced a comprehensive defeat from West Indies by 150 runs.