India and Pakistan will meet at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on October 24th.
2021 edition T20 World Cup It’s just around the corner and fans can’t settle down. There are some fascinating clashes in the pipeline, but the clash between India and Pakistan needs to be awaited. The high voltage encounter will take place on October 24th at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Many prominent members of the Cricket Fraternity comment on the encounter as the two teams share a history of rivalry.
Meanwhile, veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh made a sly bargain with his Pakistani team. The 40-year-old revealed a conversation with former Pakistani speedster Shoaib Akhtar. Harbajan revealed that he told Pakistan’s Aktar that he could not defeat India. Therefore, green men must win without a vote.
Indian team is very solid, they beat Pakistan: Halva Jansin
“I told Shoaib Akhtar what points Pakistan plays. You should give us a walkover, you play, you lose again, you are upset Our team is very solid and very strong. They will easily beat you, “Halva Janssin told Star Sports.
For those without knowledge Harubajan And Aktal engaged in quarrels in several fields on the day of their play. During the Indian Puck clash at the 2010 Asian Cup, Indian off-spinners shattered Aktal for six famous men in the process of a cameo who won his match. The two enemies later became friends, but Harbhajan didn’t miss Akhtar’s leg.
Pakistan has never beat India at a World Cup event, so Offspinner’s claim certainly makes sense. So far, the two teams have played in 12 World Cup matches (7 in ODI and 5 in T20I), with India winning each time. Therefore, Bavar Azam’s subordinates are now responsible for going against history.
Pakistan has nominated a fairly formidable team due to the ranking of powerhouses like Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Rizwan and Mohammad Hafeez. However, there are not many loopholes on the Indian side either. So it would be interesting to see how high voltage games pan out.
Speaking of the last meeting of both sides, they crossed the swords on the group stage of the 2019 World Cup. It was a cakewalk for India as it comfortably won the rain-reduced crash in 89 runs.