Pakistan captain Babar Azam has stated that his team is focused on winning all of their matches in the World Cup, not just one. The national squad is preparing to depart for India for the tournament. They will play two warm-up matches against New Zealand and Australia before their official campaign begins. The team’s morale is high, and Babar has requested the nation’s support. He acknowledged that their performance in two key Asia Cup matches was not the best, but they have learned from their mistakes and will give their best in the World Cup. Babar is not worried about his own performance and will always prioritize what is best for the team. He expressed excitement about playing in the biggest stadium in the world, Ahmedabad, for the highly-anticipated clash against India. Despite not having played in India before, the team is not feeling excessive pressure. Babar emphasized that their goal is to win all nine matches and ultimately lift the trophy. In regards to the spinners in the squad, Babar believes that every player is talented and expects them to perform well in the World Cup.
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