Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, feels optimistic about his team’s chances of winning the ICC Men’s World Cup. He exuded confidence and said that while they initially wanted to finish in the top four, their ultimate goal was to win the competition.
Babar Azam stressed that the team is like a family and there are no resentments among the players when questioned about the environment of the team following the Asia Cup loss. They have done their study and believe the conditions in India are comparable to those in other Asian nations, so they don’t feel under pressure to perform there for the first time.
He talked about how Shaheen Afridi and Naseem Shah had an advantage when they bowled together, and how they chose Hasan Ali as a replacement because of his background. Babar said they will evaluate the situation when they got to India but declined to reveal their bowling tactics.
Regarding the spinners’ performance, he admitted that they experienced some difficult times but stressed their talent and how their prior efforts helped them secure a spot on the squad.
Babar also discussed his aspirations for the future and his enthusiasm about playing in Ahmedabad. He sets goals, gets ready for particular opponents, and gives it his all on the field, leaving the outcome to chance. He emphasizes the significance of remaining composed under pressure and views the World Cup as an exciting opportunity to acquire confidence and perform well.