Pakistan can beat India, says Inzamam-ul-Haq

Inzamam-ul-Haq has insisted that Pakistan’s target in the upcoming Champions Trophy is not only to beat India but also to win the coveted trophy.

Former Pakistan skipper and current chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has stated that Pakistan will not only want to defeat India but also win the Champions Trophy.

“We are not going to England just to beat India but our prime target is to win the championship,” Inzamam said to the Dawn.
 He added that Pakistan had defeated India under his captaincy in the 2004 edition of the Champions Trophy at the same Edgbaston ground by three wickets. “We can win again,” he said.

The chief selector was of the view that his team would try hard to win every match of the tournament.

He added that the victory on the West Indies tour was morale boosting and all players were in high spirit to perform better in England, for which a training camp has been set up there.

Most of the players had reached England from the Caribbean for the event.

Meanwhile, before they start their campaign against India on June 4, Pakistan will attend a training camp in Birmingham and will also play two warm-up games. This first warm-up game will be against Bangladesh on May 27 and the second will be against Australia on May 29.

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