Imad Wasim, a seasoned all-rounder, has commented on recent rumors that he may be named the vice-captain of the national squad for white-ball cricket.
The left-handed batter told the reporters during a press conference that he does not give captaincy or selection for the national team much thought because he has little influence over either.
“Since I have no control over the team’s selection, captaincy, or performances, I don’t give it much thought. I like my life and take things day by day,” Imad stated.
Imad Wasim said, “Pride and dignity are more important than passion, so I take pride in representing my country, whether in league cricket or national cricket.”
Imad Wasim remarked in response to a query on his selection for the World Cup 2023 that he is not concentrating on it because it is up to the national selection committee.
For the team’s ODI World Cup trip, Pakistan has started scrutinizing the security in India.
Whatever they decide, they decide, plain and simple. I will be accessible at that time. Serving Pakistan is the best thing you can do, Imad continued.
Imad returned to the national team for white-ball cricket after putting up an outstanding performance in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), it is important to note here.
For Pakistan, Imad Wasim has participated in 55 ODIs and 66 T20Is, amassing 986 and 486 runs, respectively.