OPTIMIST SARFARAZ AHMED
When Pakistan's odds of making it to the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup semi-finals look thin, captain Sarfaraz Ahmed stays hopeful and said the group will attempt to score 500 keeps running in their up and coming match against Bangladesh cricket group.
Starting at now, Pakistan cricket group are put fifth in the focuses table with nine from eight matches played up until now. To outperform New Zealand cricket group and secure a semis compartment, the group should score 450-odd runs and destruction Bangladesh by 316 rushes to qualify with the required net run rate.
The match may even finish at the hurl, as Pakistan will be out of the semis race if Bangladesh pick to bat first.
"We must be reasonable, however we will attempt to score 500 keeps running against Bangladesh. We need to score 500 runs and attempt to bowl out Bangladesh for 50. It is extremely certain that Pakistan need to beat Bangladesh by 316 hurries to fit the bill for the semi-finals. We will attempt to win the match," he said.
The most noteworthy all out accomplished by a group so far is 481 - by England cricket group against Australia cricket group. No group in ODI history has ever gone past that score.
Pakistan's most astounding aggregate in ODIs is 399 against Zimbabwe. On the off chance that the group scores 500 runs, they will end up being the first to accomplish this accomplishment. Bangladesh, then again, are out of the competition, as they just have seven points from their eight matches.
Pakistan will confront Bangladesh in their last match of the round-robin organize at Lord's later today.