Check what Imran Khan told Pakistan cricket team

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Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan met Pakistan squad for the ICC World Cup 2019 which called on him at his Bani Gala residence on Friday.

During the high profile meeting Khan, who had led Pakistan to its maiden World Cup victory in 1992, gave the team tips for World Cup success.

The meeting came day after the squad for the World Cup 2019 was announced. The tournament will commence on May 30 with a One Day International between England and South Africa.

On the occasion he told team, “The entire nation’s prayers are with you. Representing the country at an international forum is a big honour. You are ambassadors of the nation and the people’s eyes are on you, and their hopes rest with you”.

He also said, “A champion steps onto the pitch armed with passion and a plan. Team spirit is a key part of victory. With your skills, sportsman spirit and your conduct, bring glory to Pakistan’s name”.