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‘Sarfraz has the ability to win the World Cup’


The win against New Zealand in Birmingham have changed the story line for Sarfraz Ahmed drastically. Now the country’s Test batsman Azhar Ali believes that the present Pakistan skipper has the ability to lead the side winning the World Cup.

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“He is an astute and strong captain and under him, Pakistan has already won the ICC under-19 World Cup and the Champions Trophy and I think he has the ability to win another ICC title this time,”

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he said.

Pakistan faced a huge bash following their defeat against India but the men in green made a strong comeback by registering successive wins over South Africa and New Zealand regaining their hopes to reach into the final four.

“Abusing players is sad because a team needs all support the most when it is not doing well,” he said.

“When a team is winning everyone is behind it but it is when your team is not doing well when you must be behind it,” Azhar said.

Azhar retired from limited over cricket last year, he played 53 ODIs. He was also captained the limited over side from 2015 to 2017 before stepping down after which Sarfaraz took charge as captain in all three formats.

Pakistan are currently meeting Afghanistan at the Headingley cricket ground in Leeds; they have a match against Bangladesh on June 5.

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