Mattew Hayden Claims that Islam is the source of Pakistan’s team’s discipline 

Matthew Hayden claims that Islam is the source of Pakistan’s team’s discipline. Former coach Matthew Hayden lauded the Pakistani squad for maintaining order both on and off the field. Hayden saw Tuesday Islam as the driving force behind the players’ routine.

While providing commentary on the Pakistan-Australia ICC World Cup 2023 warm-up game in Hyderabad, the former Australian star voiced his opinions.

“Well, it is very focused around Islam, which is a central and core thing to this playing unit,” the 51-year-old star batter stated. Since cricket is a discipline as well, I truly respect how the Pakistani team’s manner of life fosters better discipline. 

During his analysis, he added, “You have to be committed, invested, and consistent these are all those things that Islam represents to the culture.”

It should be mentioned that Australia defeated Pakistan in the high-scoring game by a margin of 14 runs.

The Men in Green lost their second straight warm-up game despite outstanding performances from captain Babar Azam and Iftikhar Ahmed in the 352-run chase.

Australia will travel to Chennai to play India on October 8, while Pakistan will play the Netherlands in their opening World Cup game on October 6 at the same location.

From October 5 to November 19, 10 sites will host the ICC World Cup 2023, which will feature 10 nations competing for the coveted trophy. The tournament’s opening match and the championship game will both be played at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.

For a total of 45 league matches during the round-robin portion of the Cricket World Cup, all teams will compete against one another.

The top four teams will advance to the semifinals, which will take place on November 15 in Mumbai and on November 16 in Kolkata. There will be reserve days for the semifinals and championship.

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