We are hearing a lot about the ICC World Cup right now because it is approaching. Mickey Arthur, the former head coach of the men’s national cricket team, also expressed his optimism for the young Pakistani cricket team’s chances of winning the ICC trophy.
Even Pakistani cricket may not be granted a permit to play in India after the headline about India not traveling to Pakistan for matches. In a few months, the ICC Cricket World Cup will take place, and this time, Babar Azam will serve as the team’s captain.
Mickey Arthur recently spoke with a private news channel and stated;
“The Pakistani cricket team has unmatched potential, and I can confidently state that no one can stop this team from taking home the trophy. Under Babar Azam’s leadership, the boys are competent to handle any circumstance, and I have a strong feeling that with this talent they would be able to win the trophy. I’m also very eager to contribute to the growth of those players, and I hope the outcomes live up to expectations.”
Arthur was recently appointed “team director” following a trip to Pakistan. Additionally, he met the players and had face-to-face meetings with the PCB management.
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