Pakistan chief Sarfaraz Ahmed said he expected a “hard” World Cup opener against the West Indies however discovered comfort in Mohammad Amir coming back to wicket-taking ways.
Pakistan were given a seven-wicket whipping by the West Indies in the wake of being bowled out for 105 of every an inauspicious showcase of batting. It was Pakistan’s eleventh ODI misfortune in succession.
“Above all else the begin is extremely significant here. You know, with the 10:30 begin, as I let you know before in the last question and answer session, the begin is exceptionally urgent for our group. That is the reason we needed to bowl first. I think toward the begin we lost such a large number of wickets. That is the reason we didn’t return into the game,” Sarfaraz said at the post-coordinate public interview.
A portion of the batsmen were bobbed out while the others tumbled to poor shot determination.
Requested to remark on Pakistan’s despicable batting execution, the chief stated: “We expected a hard game yet we realized we have the stuff to play and win. In any case, we lost such a significant number of wickets in advance when we were batting a direct result of those couple of short balls.” However, Pakistan figured out how to get one positive out of the game and that was pacer Mohammad Amir at long last getting among the wickets. Truth be told, he took every one of the three wickets to fall in the West Indies’ innings.
“We unquestionably bowled well. It was a great idea to have Mohammad Amir back in structure, we realize what he is able to do and it will be beneficial for us in the coming matches.” At a similar scene, they face a huge test on Monday when they face competition top picks England. The hosts had blanked Pakistan 4-0 in the ODI arrangement in front of the World Cup.
“First we need to back ourselves and not contemplate what happened today. That match is gone, so inshallah we have the kind of players who can win the following counterpart for us,” Sarfaraz included.