Big statement from a Pakistan player about India vs Pakistan before the start of the T20 World Cup, Know now


Pakistani pacer Hasan Ali is confident that his team will take inspiration from the 2017 Champions Trophy final win against arch-rivals India in the opening match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. can defeat. After this, the Pakistani team played India twice in 50-over matches but lost both the Asia Cup in Dubai in 2018 and the ODI World Cup in Manchester in 2019. Before any global competition, there is a lot of rhetoric from the Pakistani camp but so far they have not been able to beat India in 50 overs or T20 over World Cup matches. Rather, they have not been able to beat India even in the practice matches. In ICC tournaments, Pakistan has won only the Champions Trophy over India.

Hassan said in a virtual media conference on Wednesday, “When we won the Champions Trophy (in 2017), it was a very good time for us and we will try to beat India again in the T20 World Cup. We will give our best. Playing against India is always a pressure match as the fans of both countries have high expectations. He also said that the match between India and Pakistan is always the most-watched in global competitions. “Even normally people who don’t watch cricket matches watch India vs Pakistan matches, so there is a lot of pressure on the players but we will do our best,” Hasan said.

Hasan Ali disappointed with the departure of Misbah and Younis


He also feels that the spinners will dominate the UAE but that does not mean that the fast bowlers will not be able to do well in the dry conditions there. Hasan said, ‘We know how to bowl in those conditions but yes, you can see that all the teams have got a lot of spinners.’ Hasan admitted that he was disappointed with Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis stepping down as head coach and bowling coach ahead of the World Cup.

He said, ‘To be honest, I was disappointed because the World Cup is about to come and he left the post. But as players, it is not in our hands and it will be taken care of by the Pakistan Cricket Board. Our job is to play and win as many matches by playing well for Pakistan.


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