I won’t be going back home alone: Sarfraz warns his teammates
It looks like the Indo-Pak fever and the after math tensions are not going to end soon. Pakistan team are receiving a huge amount of criticism after the match about their fitness levels and the mediations they have shown against India. Meanwhile, what’s much lame is, the unity inside their dressing room got tweaker.
Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has reportedly warned his teammates that if the team continues performing poorly, he won’t be the only one facing the ire of the Pakistani people. As per reports in Pakistan, Sarfaraz gave a "passionate" speech in the dressing room following defeat against India in the 2019 World Cup. Pakistan is currently ninth on the points table.
Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis has said that the current Indian cricket team intimidates Pakistan. "When Pakistan teams head into these games, they are always under pressure and feel like they're the weaker team," he added. "That culture needs to change first, and then the fitness level needs to match the Indian players," he further said.
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has urged Pakistan fans to not abuse the players after their 89-run defeat against India in the 2019 World Cup. "Please don't use bad words for the players...yes you guys can criticise our performance...we will bounce back. InshAllah. We need your support," he tweeted. Notably, Pakistan have never defeated India in World Cup history.