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Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has vowed that the team selected for the World Cup will do everything in their power to triumph and lift the coveted trophy.
Pakistan have only tasted World Cup in 1992, where they were led by the country’s current Prime Minister Imran Khan.
With many former players picking Pakistan as one of the frontrunners to win the quadrennial tournament, Sarfraz reiterated that he and the rest of the men in green will try to bring the trophy home to Pakistan.
“We will try our best to win the World Cup and return home with the trophy,” he was quoted as saying by cricketpakistan.com.pk.
Sarfraz’s comments come as the World Cup trophy is currently touring Pakistan.
It arrived in Islamabad on Thursday and will be on display tomorrow.
It will then be on show in Lahore and Karachi on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Pakistan will kick off their World Cup campaign against the West Indies in Nottingham on May 31.