World Cup 2019 was a string of ups and downs and who knows it better than us Desi’s? On the one hand, where we expected the cup in our hand after only losing one match, some teams could not even get to the semi-finals. It is nothing new on how poorly the Pakistani squad performed. They were clearly out of form, and some were unfit too.
Imran Khan, who is currently touring the USA, held an event addressing the Pakistani community in Washington DC. He in the event discussed the team and made bold claims of turning the country’s game around. He made promises that he recently went to England to learn the intricacies of the game and now he will train the players on how to be better.
In a video that has been circulating online, he said,” When I reached heights in Cricket, I went to England. I learned there and came back and raised the standard. Now, after the World Cup, I’ve decided to improve the standard of the Pakistan team. For the next World Cup, just see, it’ll be a professional team on the ground, the best team.”
Sharab bhi purani, bottle bhi purani.. pic.twitter.com/91178405LU
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) July 22, 2019
See how people reacted :
Leykin cocaine fresh hain.
— Halwa-e-Hind (@e_halwa) July 22, 2019
Is video save karke rakhunga, next World Cup me dhekne me bahut maza ayega.
— Rajath (@Rajath1383) July 22, 2019
Upar se upar chale jate hain? 🤔🤔 yeh vaha bhi cricket ki baat kar raha hai, trump se bhi cricket ki baat karega Kya? Make him chairman of Pakistan cricket board, he is better there.
— Nilesh Nagar (@nilesh_nmh) July 22, 2019
Kya sirf cricket hi ek issue hai Pakistan ke liye? Ghar me aag lgi hui h aur is PM ko cricket ki fikar ho rhi h. Doob mro
— Dr_ChemistBaba (@sukhdev_giri) July 22, 2019
Nothing wrong if he could help his team, forget this economy, loans, taraqqi. He still loves cricket
— Scarface (@al_kameeno) July 22, 2019
Beta pahle semi final take pahuchna sikha de inhe ,semi final take pahuch nahi pate world cup layenge😂
— Abhishek Tiwari (@abhishekt5396) July 23, 2019
“If I can help, I would love to be a mediator,” Trump said on Monday at a joint appearance in the White House with Khan following up on the Pakistani Prime Minister’s request that he would like the United States to mediate to resolve the Kashmir dispute. ELECTION AHEAD ?
— bijay mishra (@bkmshr) July 22, 2019
Meanwhile Pakistani cricketers 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/tWXoDJ7Gxs
— Pradhumna Tripathi प्रधुम्न त्रिपाठी (@impradhumna) July 22, 2019