Before the match against India, Babar warned the team, this time we will be nervous…

Orhan Wadia
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New York. The match between India and Pakistan in the ICC T20 World Cup has been discussed for a long time. Before this important match, Pakistan captain Babar Azam has cautioned his team. He said that the atmosphere created for the match between India and Pakistan, the burden of expectations and pressure bothers the players. He has advised his players to stay calm and stick to their 'basics' before the match on Sunday in the T20 World Cup.

India has lost only one of the seven matches played against Pakistan so far in the T20 World Cup. This victory was in Pakistan in 2021. Babar said in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) podcast, “We know that the match between India and Pakistan is discussed more than any other match. A completely different atmosphere is created for this and not only the players but also the fans are excited about it.”

He said, “Wherever you go in the world, you will find people discussing the match between India and Pakistan. Everyone supports their country. Every fan eagerly waits for this match and their attention is focused on this special match.”

Babar said, “Of course the players get a little nervous due to the expectations and atmosphere around this match. It depends on how you deal with it and the more you focus on the basics, the easier things will be for you as a player. This is a very stressful match and if you stay calm and believe in your hard work and skills, things will become easier.”

The Pakistan captain still regrets not winning against India in the 2022 T20 World Cup. He said, “I believe we should have won the match against India in 2022, but they snatched the victory from us. The most painful was the defeat against Zimbabwe. The defeat against India hurt because we played good cricket then and people were praising our performance.”

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