'Had a meeting with PM Imran Khan', reveals Babar Azam ahead of T20 match with India

Khan shared with the team his experience of leading Pakistan to their maiden World Cup triumph in 1992

Former Pakistan captain and the nation's present Prime Minister, Imran Khan had an interactive meeting with the team ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup, reveals skipper Babar Azam in Dubai on Saturday.
 
According to Azam, Khan shared with the team his experience of leading Pakistan to their maiden World Cup triumph in 1992.
 
“Before coming, we had a meeting and in that he (Imran) had shared his experience, about what was his mindset in the 1992 World Cup, what was his and the team’s body language," Babar said on the eve of his team’s clash against arch-rivals India.
 
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja also talked to Babar and other Pakistani players ahead of the big clash. During his meeting with Pakistani team, Raja told the players to avoid outside noise and focus on their game.
 
Meanwhile, on the other hand, Team India skipper Kohli said on Saturday (October 23) that Indian players should bring their A-game against Pakistan.
 
"The current Pakistan team is very strong, they always have been so. They are very talented, with several players who can change the game anytime," Kohli said.

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