After the end of Pakistan’s 2013 general election, the country’s political scenario is going to change a lot as the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is leading in the polls. The party has won high praise after a roaring success and the players of national cricket team are also congratulating it on its show.

[caption id="attachment_902" align="alignright" width="300"]A photo of Pakistan’s triumphant 1992 World Cup team with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif A photo of Pakistan’s triumphant 1992 World Cup team with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif[/caption]

The PML-N has come into power for the third time. Nawaz Sharif was the prime minister of Pakistan when the country lifted the 1992 World Cup. Pakistan’s then captain Imran Khan is today’s political rival of Nawaz Sharif, but there are many a picture showing the team together with Sharif. Interestingly, Sharif laid the foundation stone of Imran’s next dream – Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital.

The team players have regarded PML-N’s victory as the continuation of democracy in the country and hoped that the upcoming government would play a pivotal role in restoring international cricket in Pakistan.

The tallest bowler in the sport’s history Mohammad Irfan said he congratulated the PML-N chief on taking commanding lead in the polls and hoped that being a cricket fan Sahrif will work for the betterment of cricket.

Pakistan’s key bowler and world’s number one spinner Saeed Ajmal also offered his congratulations to the PML-N and said he was hopeful that the new government would take significant steps in restoring international cricket in the country.

Young bowler Junaid Khan termed Sharif’s win as a good omen for Pakistan and said he had expectations that the new democratic government would work for the progress of cricket and other sports.
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