ADELAIDE – Head coach of Pakistan cricket team Waqar Younis determined to beat India in Cricket World Cup 2015.
Former Pakistani Fast bowler and present coach of Pakistan cricket team, also a part of Pakistan team who suffered from defeats against India in 1996 and 2003 World Cups, said that our biggest aim is to beat India in the mega event.
“Our biggest objective is we want to make things turn around. In all the World Cups we have not been able to beat India. We have won the World Cup in 1992 and been in a World Cup final as well. This has been one hiccup we have not been able to overcome,” Waqar said.
“In our last World Cup meeting (at Mohali in 2011 World Cup semifinals) we lost to them (India). We are trying to pick up from where we left it and end up on the winning side this time,” the 43-year-old former fast bowler added.
He said we want to play good cricket and develop as a team.”We want to get rid of the inconsistency tag associated with the Pakistan team, not only in the World Cup but also going forward,” he said.
“My personal target is the target of the team. We want to play good cricket and develop as a team. We want to get rid of the inconsistency tag associated with the Pakistan team, not only in the World Cup but also going forward,” he said.
Paceman of Pakistan team Rahat Ali said that his team would aim to bowl out India for a low score.
Left handed batsman Nasir Jamshed said “As a professional cricketer, whether you are playing against India or Australia or South Africa, you have to perform your best. I have a good performance record against India and I hope I can continue with that. I hope I will be part of the Pakistan squad and score runs for the benefit of my team”.
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