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World Cup 2023: ‘More protein for more sixes’, Pakistan’s cricketer gives unusual statement

When asked about Pakistani batsmen's relatively calm approach during the powerplay, Imam ul Haq replied, "I think we need to eat more protein.

Pakistan’s performance in the ICC World Cup 2023 has been steady, with two wins in four matches. However, the team’s aggressive batting, known for its boundary-hitting prowess, has been notably absent. Seeking a solution to this, opening batsman Imam ul Haq suggested a unique remedy during a press conference ahead of their fifth match against Afghanistan in Chennai.

Imam Ul Haq on Pakistan’s diet

When asked about Pakistani batsmen’s relatively calm approach during the powerplay, Imam ul Haq replied, “I think we need to eat more protein. Not too many carbs. But this is something we don’t want to talk about much.”

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Imam Ul Haq feels Pakistan can still reach semis

He emphasized that the team’s focus remains on contributing to the team’s success, rather than merely focusing on hitting sixes and fours. Imam added, “Our focus just remains on what we are doing for the team. We have many more matches left, and we can still reach the semi-finals. We will try to win in the upcoming matches.”

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Imam ul Haq was ranked fourth in the ODI rankings not long ago but has since dropped to the tenth position. In the four matches played so far, he has scored 133 runs at a strike rate of approximately 95. His best score, 70 runs, was achieved in a recent match against Australia. If Pakistan wishes to excel in the World Cup, players like Imam ul Haq may need to step up their performances.

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