IND vs PAK: 3 Pakistani batsmen who can spoil India's condition in T20 World Cup, 1 has already snatched the trophy by scoring a century

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. The match between India and Pakistan is to be held on 9 June in the World Cup 2024. Every cricket fan is waiting for this match to be held in New York. Babar Azam's army, which defeated Virat and company in the 2021 T20 World Cup, now faces the challenge of Rohit Sharma. Three Pakistani players can spoil the work of the Indian team. Let us know about 3 such batsmen from whom the Indian team will need to be careful.

Fakhar Zaman's international career started in March 2017, when he played his first T20 match against West Indies. Fakhar made his ODI debut on 7 June 2017. Just 10 days later, he became Pakistan's superstar. The reason for this was the Champions Trophy. On 18 June 2017, Pakistan defeated India by 180 runs in the final of the tournament. Fakhar Zaman scored 114 runs off 106 balls in the match against India. If we look at his last 5 T20 innings, he has scored a total of 152 runs in all.

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Mohammad Rizwan's bat also speaks against India. Pakistan stopped India's winning streak in the 2021 T20 World Cup. Pakistan won by 10 wickets under the captaincy of Babar-Azam. This is also the record of the biggest win of any team over India in the World Cup. Mohammad Rizwan played an innings of 79 runs in this match. In such a situation, the Indian team will have to be careful this time too. A total of 155 runs have come from his bat in the last 5 T20 matches.

Babar Azam's bat speaks a lot against India too. Babar also played an important role in defeating India by 10 wickets in the year 2021. He scored a total of 68 runs in 52 balls. Babar Azam is also in great form. In such a situation, he can prove to be dangerous for Team India. He has scored 200 runs in the last 5 T20 matches.

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