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Fight to the last ball, never let the fear of losing enter your mind: Imran

In their opening game, the Pakistani side lost to West Indies by 7 wickets. The match that was played on 31 May saw a disastrous performance by Pakistan as the team was wiped out by the Caribbeans at 105 in 21.4 overs.

Anab Mehdi

Anab MehdiBy Anab Mehdi

Published on 4 Jun 2019 5:53 AM GMT

Fight to the last ball, never let the fear of losing enter your mind: Imran
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Islamabad: After a rough start in the ongoing edition of the ICC World Cup, Pakistan made an impressive comeback on Monday, 3 June by defeating hosts England by 14 runs.

Lauding the team's performance, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in a tweet said, "Congratulations to the Pakistan cricket team for a great win and for coming back into form after a poor start in the warm up matches and the first WC match."

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In their opening game, the Pakistani side lost to West Indies by 7 wickets. The match that was played on 31 May saw a disastrous performance by Pakistan as the team was wiped out by the Caribbeans at 105 in 21.4 overs.

Meanwhile, they put a massive total of 348 runs against hosts England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on 3 June. Earlier on 31 May, in a similar tweet, Khan had urged players to "give their 100 percent."

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"My advice to the Pakistan team today is what I would tell my players before a match: Give your 100 percent, fight to the last ball and never let the fear of losing enter your mind, influence your strategy or play," he said.

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