Imran Khan Says He Will Develop ‘Best Cricket Team Of World’ For Next ICC Mega Event

Pakistan is another cricket fever nation that has devoted its love towards the game. In the recently concluded ICC Cricket World Cup tournament, Men in Green were unsuccessful to even qualify for the top 4. Pakistan team going out of the tournament had brought a hard time to its fans in the country. Now it looks like, Pak PM Imran Khan has promised to his people that he will form the best cricket team in the world after the World Cup misery.

Pak PM assures his cricket-loving nation

The cricketer-turned-politician and now Prime minister of Pakistan Imran Khan addressed a gathering of Pak-Americans on Sunday at Capital One Arena in downtown Washington DC. Referring to his team’s failure in the ICC Cricket World Cup, he has said that the whole country is disappointed with the team’s performance and he will help in all possible ways to take the team to glory. He said, “Started working on developing the best cricket team of the world in the next tournament, by bringing the best players in the team.”


“There have been a lot of disappointments. Hopefully, in the next World Cup, you will see a very professional, best Pakistan team. Remember my words,” said the 1992 world cup winning captain.


Imran’s mission 

Sarfaraz and his team were knocked out in the group stage match as they finished fifth in the points table. The men in green were equal with New Zealand’s points who stood at number 4, but the net run rate was a matter that ruined the team’s qualification. However, the team was then criticized for its fitness goals which never really existed. Pakistan fans all over the world questioned its team’s seriousness in the game.


Looking at the team’s current situation Khan has decided to do something about it. However, he has not given any details about his plan for his team but he looks confident in his statement. For now, he is in his three days visit of the United States to meet President Donald Trump to improve ties between the two nations.