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Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has vowed that the batsmen will do their very best to help post large team scores during the World Cup.
Pakistan have struggled in ODIs this year, but with the World Cup being held in England and Wales, they can take confidence from the fact that they won the Champions Trophy in 2017, which was also held in England.
The men in green will be aiming to win the World Cup for the first time since 1992, where the country’s current Prime Minister Imran Khan captained the team to victory.
“We will try our best to put up a good target on the scoreboard,” he said on Geo News’ programme Naya Pakistan as quoted by The News International. “That is obviously when we will be able to defend our bowling.”
Pakistan will begin their World Cup campaign against the West Indies in Nottingham on May 31.