Lahore: Mohammed Irfan, the world’s tallest cricketer, on Tuesday said that he could win next year’s World Cup for Pakistan single-handedly after regaining full fitness from a hip-bone injury which had sidelined him for six months.
“I am feeling good… Of course, the target is to win the World Cup for Pakistan,” said Irfan, who turns 32 on Friday.
“It’s a big event, every player feels honoured to play it. In Australia, pitches are very bouncy and are suitable for me…
“If I manage to maintain my 100 per cent fitness, I can win everything all alone, single-handedly,” he added.