Pakistan will play attacking cricket, says coach Mickey Arthur

By: KSW Staff

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Sarfaraz (Left) Arthur (Right) addressing media in Lahore. Pic Source/PCB Twitter

Pakistan Cricket team coach Mickey Arthur has said that Pakistan will play attacking cricket and will try bowl out opposition and they covered all departments for the World Cup.

Sarfaraz Ahmed and Mickey Arthur held their press conference at the Gaddafi Stadium on Monday, April 22. The team leaves for England for a T20I and five ODIs, and the ICC Cricket World Cup-2019 on Tuesday morning.

Speaking on the occasion Mickey Arthur , said, “Our strategy will be to attack, we’re going to look to take wickets and bowl sides out. We’ve got it covered in all departments, we’ve got all the bases covered”.

About the rookie in the side Abid Ali and Mohammad Hasnain , he said, “Abid Ali was perfect and passed his test. Abid and Hasnain have been in the setup only for 3 weeks and our standards are incredibly high, they haven’t been subjected to these standards before. Their performances have got better every time they’ve trained”.