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Babar Azam | ‘History is history’; Babur Assam to beat India in World Cup

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The ICC T20 World Cup is in full swing. The highlight of this World Cup will be the clash between arch-rivals India and Pakistan. The match will be played on October 24. Though India has a better chance of victory, Pakistan cannot be written off. So far, Pakistan has not beaten India in the World Cup. When India and Pakistan step in to preserve history, the fight is sure to flare up this time.

Predicting match winners, including former players, has already arrived on the scene. Now, Pakistan captain Babur Assam has said that he does not think about the bad record against India in the World Cup and that his team will be able to do well against India this time.

‘Pakistan does not think about history. Ready to write new history. As a team, our confidence and morale are very high. The past is over. Without thinking about it, we focus on the future. We are confident and well prepared. We will do well in the match against India, ”said Babur Assam.

“India-Pakistan matches are always very stressful and exciting but their focus is on cricket and it will help the team,” he said. The Pakistan team has yet to win against India in the World Cup. The two have met seven times in ODIs so far. India have won seven of these matches. Despite five head-to-head encounters in the T20 World Cup, the victory went to India.

Fans of both the teams have been excited since India and Pakistan joined the same group in the World Cup. Due to the ongoing political tensions between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, the two will only face each other in ICC tournaments. Fans are eagerly awaiting for the head-to-head match between the two as the fights of the arch-rivals have so far presented fans with exciting moments. There is no shortage of excitement for this match as well.

The last time Pakistan and India met was in the 2019 ODI World Cup. Rohit Sharma’s century helped India win the match by 89 runs. The tournament, which was supposed to be hosted by Australia, was relocated to India and later to the UAE due to Kovid’s expansion. The tournament started on October 17 and will end on November 14.


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