Zimbabwe pacer Blessing Muzarbani feels confident about qualifying for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia by winning their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Global Qualifier B matches.
In spite of the long climb back to the summit of international cricket for Zimbabwe, Blessing Muzarabani knows he and the players are at the brink of once again dining at the top table of the game.
Seamer Muzarabani believes his side is ready to re-establish themselves as a force on the world stage, although he understands that they will face tough games in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Global Qualifier B before they can achieve such a feat.
As Zimbabwe prepares for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022, Blessing Muzarabani is eager for Zimbabwe to qualify for the event
“It has been really tough for us. I’m happy with the team right now because the guys are really working hard in the nets and hopefully we will execute our plan. I’m happy that we are getting these opportunities. I am just looking forward to going out there and just expressing ourselves. I’m sure we’re going to enjoy it and try and win every game,” said Muzarbani in a statement.
As a regular competitor in every iteration of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup since 2009, the Chevrons had established themselves as a mainstay of the event before its last edition in 2017.
In the remainder of the group stage, the team will face Jersey, the USA, and Singapore before advancing to the semi-final stage, where both finalists will be booking their tickets to Australia before the end of the year.
It is Muzarabani’s hope that the cricketers will put on a good performance for Zimbabwe on home soil in Bulawayo.
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