Prime Minister of Pakistan and former World Cup winning skipper, Imran Khan on Friday, April 19 met Pakistan Cricket team that has been selected for the upcoming ICC world Cup 2019.
The Pakistan team was accompanied by PCB chairman Ehsan Mani, Coach Mickey Arthur, Chief Selector Inzimam-ul Haq, Bowling coach Azhar Mahmood and others. Officials of the PCB Management also took part in the meeting with Prime minister Imran Khan.
On the occasion Pakistan current skipper Sarfaraz Ahmad presented Imran Khan the World Cup Shirt that team is going to wear during the event.
According to reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan offered advice to the players on how to prepare for the World Cup along with expressing his confidence in them.
Following the meeting, Naeem ul Haque special assistant to the prime minister tweeted that Prime Minister Khan had given an hour-long lecture to the team.
The meeting comes a day after the PCB announced a 15-member squad for the upcoming World Cup 2019 to be played in England.
Imran Khan, a former flamboyant all-rounder, was the only Pakistan cricket captain who led green-shirts to their first World Cup victory in 1992.
The PCB omitted fast-bowler Mohamad Amir from the World Cup squad, linking his inclusion to his performance in the upcoming series against England.