LAHORE - Sarfraz Ahmed on Monday has broken silence over crucial match against India in the Asia Cup.
He said that the Asia Cup match against India will be totally different from the Champions Trophy.
“We are fully prepared for Asia Cup, as far as the match against India is concerned, it will be quite different from the Champions Trophy ones, but we are ready for it and will give our best,” said Sarfraz.
The Champions trophy winning captain vowed that the team will perform well throughout the tournament. He said “We are not relying on any one category but looking to perform well in all three fielding, batting and bowling,”
Sarfraz also emphasized that the spinners will play a vital role in the tournament.
About his *[Sarfraz]* own performance, the skipper said, “I’m working hard to improve my batting, whenever I got the chance I have performed,” he added.
Sarfraz attained career-best 18.2 points in the fitness test ahead of the Asia Cup 2018.
Replying to a question, the Pakistan captain told the media that over-all team morale is high and hoping to give stiff competition to the arch-rivals India.The 31-year-old wicket-keeper batsman also talked about the 2019 World Cup, he said that the quest of World Cup has already begun, as the boys in green gear up for the Asia Cup.
He further added, “If we bat first then we will aim to make over 300 runs,”