Imran Khan and Wasim Akram to witness Indo-Pak cricket match in Kolkata
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan cricket team has left for India here at Friday to participate in ICC mega event T20 World Cup after the written assurance of India to provide security.
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As per details, Captain Shahid Afridi has contacted both the former captains Imran Khan and Wasim Akram and consulted them regarding the strategy for World Cup. Both former captains advised Afridi to play aggressive cricket and avoid pressure.
According to sources, both former captains will witness Indo-Pak cricket match in Kolkata and meet Pakistani cricket team in Eden Garden Kolkata before the commencement of the match.
PTI spokesperson said that before leaving for India for World Cup Shahid Afridi called PTI Chairman Imran Khan and asked for guidance regarding the T20 World Cup. Imran expressed his best wishes for the national team at the occasion.
Imran advised team that not to adopt defensive strategy in match and focus on game without taking pressure of the crowd and the other team.
Shahid Afridi said in his tweet message that he contacted both former captains while both legend cricketers will meet national team players in Kolkata for their encouragement.