Mohammad Yousuf trolled on amicable media for claiming Pakistan’s feat in 2019 World Cup

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Former Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf has claimed that Pakistan are a favourites to win a ICC World Cup 2019 in England. Pakistan won a 2017 ICC Champions Trophy by violence arch-rivals India in a final.

Recently in an talk with Pak Passion, he explained a reason behind his choice. He said: “I consider Pakistan are a favourites. we contend that since we feel they have a best bowling attack, quite on prosaic tracks. When we contend best, we meant they have a best-balanced attack. An conflict that can take wickets frequently and not let a antithesis settle.”

“Another pivotal cause is that Pakistan will not be relying on part-time bowlers, they have 6 or 7 genuine bowlers in a group and that is something that not many of a teams participating during a World Cup will have during their disposal. On a arrange of prosaic marks that will be accessible in England during that time, a group with a best bowling conflict will succeed. we trust that bowling conflict belongs to Pakistan,” he elaborated.

However, some fans brutally trolled Mohammad Yousuf for his claim, reminding a batsman that Pakistan’s new ODI array varnish opposite Zimbabwe doesn’t make them a favourites to lift a World Cup subsequent year.

Pakistan whitewashed Zimbabwe 5-0 in a ODI array final month. However, before this series, a Sarfraz Ahmed-led side were whitewashed 5-0 by New Zealand in a ODI array played in Jan this year.

Mohammad Yousuf is one of a biggest batsmen to have played for Pakistan. He managed to measure 9720 runs in 288 One Day Internationals with an normal of 41.71. In a longest format of a game, Yousuf was Pakistan’s Mr Dependable as he scored with an normal of 52.29 to finish his career with 7530 runs in 90 matches.

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