‘It evokes one other technology’ – Jonathan Trott believes his group is inspiring Afghanistan’s youth

Afghanistan’s victory over Pakistan within the World Cup sport in Chennai is so monumental that it might encourage the following technology within the nation to take up cricket, their head coach Jonathan Trott says.
“I think it just shows the amount of talent in the side for the country again, as when we were fortunate enough to beat England,” Trott stated at his post-match press convention. “It inspires another generation of players to pick up a cricket bat and a cricket ball, work on their fielding and their fitness. We see that the guys are very fit today and fielding for 50 overs and then Ibrahim [Zadran] batting for 35, close to 40 overs is a great, great credit to him.”
Seamer Naveen-ul-Haq additionally toasted Afghanistan’s win – their first over Pakistan in eight makes an attempt in ODI cricket – and hoped that it will carry pleasure and solace to their followers again house.

“It does mean a lot to the people of our country back home,” Naveen stated on the mixed-zone media interplay. “As you know, the situation back home…The earthquake also hit [in Herat] a few days ago. So, there’s not a lot of happiness in the country without cricket. So, at least we’ve given them some moments of happiness tonight.”

Naveen additionally insisted that Afghanistan’s latest wins won’t influence his choice to retire from ODI cricket after the continuing World Cup. He continues to be a key participant for Afghanistan – and varied franchise groups – in T20 cricket.

“No, no, no. Not at all. That’s my final decision I’ve made,” Naveen stated. “Luckily, I will remember this World Cup for the rest of my life – beating Pakistan and beating England. I’m hoping for the best in the upcoming games.”

Afghanistan had additionally taken down defending champions England earlier within the match, however Trott urged his group to be extra constant in all disciplines in the event that they’re to chalk up extra such wins sooner or later.

“I think it’s just a message of consistency and not being scared to say, listen, we need to improve in these areas, let’s make sure we do this,” Trott stated. “And I’m under no illusion that there are areas that need improving, like any side though. So, if we improve at those slowly, I think our all-round package improves and you’ll be able to handle the pressure like we’ve done tonight.

“I’m trying ahead. I’m already form of eager about plans for Sri Lanka.

“But for me as a coach, it’s fantastic to be able to sit here. The players deserve a lot of the credit. It’s not what I’m feeding them. It’s what they’re feeding themselves in practice and the way that they think about the game and the professionalism that’s building. The one thing I would say … they’re very fit. They’re working incredibly hard at their fitness and then in the gym, they’re not doing beach weights, they’re doing proper fitness work and we saw that today with Rahmat [Shah] being able to field for 50 overs and then bat for the amount of time that he did in that heat, so it’s a real credit to the players.”

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