Karachi, Nov 8 : Pakistan cricket coach Intikhab Alam has reportedly urged the country's national team to learn a tip or two from US President-elect Barack Obama about how to focus and discipline in one's activity to register a win.
He said that Obama's win has proved that everything was possible if done with focus and discipline, and Pakistan cricketers should draw inspiration from this.
"He did it with focus and discipline and I hope the team also learn from this," Alam said and added that the world must "get a lesson from Obama's win which got an African-American into the White House. That proves anything is possible and Pakistan can take inspiration from that."
"I asked the team what the miracle of the century was, and someone rightly said it is Obama getting into the White House," the Daily Times quoted Alam as telling reporters on the sidelines of the team's two-day training camp ahead of a three-match one-day series against the West Indies in Abu Dhabi.