KARACHI, Sept. 17 -- Pakistan's former opening batsman Imran Nazir, in an interview with Cricket Baaz, claimed that he should have won the 2007 Twenty20 (T20) World Cup final against India single-handedly. An MS Dhoni-led Indian side held their nerves for a spectacular five-run victory in the final of the inaugural edition of the T20 World Cup in South Africa in 2007. The 38-year-old claimed that it would remain the biggest regret of his life. "Cricket wise it will remain the biggest regret of my life. It will continue to hurt until my last breath. We had a chance to create history. From a personal point of view, I can say, I should've won that match single-handedly for Pakistan like I had done in the ISL because when a player starts midd...