Pakistan’s captain, Babar Azam, is upbeat and motivated as the team prepares for the ICC Men’s World Cup in India. Their primary goal is to win the trophy. Despite their recent Asia Cup defeat, Babar believes the team has learned from its mistakes and is ready to improve.
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Babar Azam shared his thoughts and beliefs about the team’s high morale and confidence during a press conference in Lahore. They are determined to perform admirably in the World Cup. Babar also asked everyone to pray for the success of the team.
“The conditions are different from the Asia Cup,” Baber explained. We will monitor the conditions, and whatever is best for Pakistan will be implemented in the match.”
Babar Azam defended the squad, reminding everyone that this is the same team that once ranked Pakistan first in one-day internationals. He has complete faith in the players, who have always worked tirelessly for the team’s success. It’s critical to believe in and support the team, knowing that they have the talent and experience to perform well in the World Cup.