Pakistan Squad For Under-19 World Cup, 2018

Pakistan Under-19 cricket team represents Pakistan in cricket at Under-19 level. They have won the Under-19 World Cup twice and will be looking to become only the third team after India and Australia to win the tournament thrice when they feature in the twelfth edition of the tournament, scheduled to take place in New Zealand.

Their second World Cup title in 2006 made them the first and to date only back-to-back champions. They won their maiden title in 2004 under the captaincy of Khalid Latif before defending the title two years later under the leadership of Sarfraz Ahmed.

Performances in the previous World Cups:

Year Venue Round
1988 Australia Runners-Up
1998 South Africa 7th place
2000 Sri Lanka 3rd place
2002 New Zealand 8th place
2004 Bangladesh Champions
2006 Sri Lanka Champions
2008 Malaysia 3rd place
2010 New Zealand Runners-Up
2012 Australia 8th place
2014 UAE Runners-Up
2016 Bangladesh 5th place

 

World Cup squad:

Hasan Khan (c)
Shaheen Afridi
Muhammad Ali
Emmad Alam
Zaid Alam
Ali Asif
Arshad Iqbal
Mohsin Khan
Musa Khan
Saad Khan
Rohail Nazir (wk)
Munir Riaz
Suleiman Shafqat
Imran Shah
Mohammad Taha

 

 Coach: Muhammad Masroor

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