World Cup: Imran Khan lauds Pakistan for win against England

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Srinagar, June 3: Former Pakistan captain, Imran Khan on Monday congratulated Pakistan cricket team for winning the World Cup encounter against England.

The Pakistan Prime Minister praised Sarfaraz Ahmed’s men for making a stunning comeback after terribly losing the first match against West Indies. As the visitors pipped hosts in the high-scoring match at Trent Bridge, Imran Khan took to his Twitter and wrote,

“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. You have the talent, all you need is the self belief that you can go all the way.”

Pakistan was all-out on 105 runs in the last match, however, they made mammoth 348 runs today, continuing their unpredictable nature.