Waqar Younis regrets for not playing in World Cup 1992

There is something in every one’s life that burns in their whole life. Maybe this burn wound lasts a lifetime. Waqar Younis, the former fast bowler, and captain of Pakistan reveal his biggest regrets.

Pakistan won the title only once in its history in 1992. Waqar was also supposed to play a key role in winning that title of honor or glory. He was even in the World Cup team. But fate may not have helped him. Due to which, the former fast bowler dropped out of the dream World Cup team due to an injury in practice a week before the start of the World Cup.

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Despite being named the best bowler in the history of Pakistan cricket, Waqar is unable to stay in the team with a World Cup win. In a recent podcast, Waqar described his helplessness: ‘It was a difficult time for me. I was suddenly injured. There was a stress fracture on his back. It can be said that it is just before the start of the World Cup. That injury was so terrible that I couldn’t stand it for a long time.

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For the current Pakistan cricket team’s bowling coach, the tragedy is the saddest moment of his life. Waqar added: ‘I was at the peak of my bowling career. I was playing very well. Pakistan won the World Cup then but I was not in the team which is one of the biggest regrets in my life says, Waqar Younis. I could not enjoy the moment of glory from the field. It will make me suffer for the rest of my life. With 363 wickets in 6 Tests and 418 wickets in 262 ODIs for the country, Waqar has just taken himself to the top tier.