ICC World Cup 2015: We are looking to rewrite history by beating arch-rivals in the upcoming World Cup 2015, Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has promised the pakistan fans that the national team would play it is best cricket in the 50 over match.
India and Pakistan starts their respective campaigns against each other on February 15 in Adelaide, a day after the mega event beat-starts and that makes the fight a mouth watering one.
“We all know very well how important this match is and we are going with a clear mind that we want to change history and beat India in this World Cup 2015,” Misbah said while addressed the media briefly at the cricket academy in pakistan before the team left for the airport to embark on their World Cup schedule today.
“We are fully focused for the world cup match and the players are going to play with lot of passion and commitment to try to win the match,” he added.
Misbah also said that our team is ready to give their best shot at the title they last won in 1992 world cup.
Pakistan is scheduled to play two warm up matches and two one-day internationals in New Zealand before moving to Australia and Misbah, who has already announced the World Cup 2015 team will be his final one-day international event, said the team would have nearly 3-4 weeks to acclimatise to the conditions in the other countries.