Despite Pakistan’s weak performance in test series against South Africa, Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik expressed confidence in his team’s ability to win world cup.
“Yes, we have the ability to win the World Cup hands-down, but abilities don’t win you anything, performances do. Our capabilities include having top ODI bowlers and batsmen in our line-up and personally I’m looking forward to a memorable World Cup 2019,” Malik is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
While talking about his career he said “My decision to retire is not necessarily connected to my fitness levels, though that is one of the inputs that I will take into account,” he said. “The main point is that I want to be valuable to my country till the last game I play. I also need to catch up with my work-life balance and spend time with my family.” “At this time, I have no plans to change my mind,” said Malik, “but as we all know 2020 is also a big year for my favourite format, T20 when we will have another World T20 – so you just never know!”
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17 November, 2019