The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Management Committee met with the Green Shirts.
And conveyed his best wishes ahead of Saturday’s match against archrivals India.
The two teams will square off in their eighth World Cup match at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi stadium.
During the meeting, Ashraf motivated the national team and expressed the nation’s best wishes for the team ahead of the match tomorrow.
“Everyone back home prays for you [team], said the chairman. Meanwhile, skipper Babar Azam reaffirmed that everyone on the team is focused on performing well in the mega event.
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Separately, the chairman of the PCB Management Committee will attend a dinner.
Which will be hosted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
To which all BCCI officials and senior Indian government officials will be invited. It’s worth noting that Ashraf traveled to India in response to the BCCI’s invitation.
The Men in Green, on the other hand, had their second practice session today at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
Pakistan had also trained the night before.
The coaching staff closely supervised the players during the practice session, focusing on all three departments: batting, bowling, and fielding.
Earlier, Pakistan maintained their unblemished form by defeating Sri Lanka in the eighth match of the mega event on Tuesday.
The Men in Green beat Ireland to the record for the highest-ever run chase in one-day international (ODI) World Cup history.
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