In important events, Pakistan has always been an unpredictable team. They can beat the finest in the world on their good days. But on poor days, they can depress the emotions of spectators watching from home.
As such, In their T20 World Cup 2021 opener against India on Sunday, Pakistan, on the other hand, showed clarity and courage. Then there’s the fact that it hasn’t been their trademark in recent years. Pakistan, headed by Babar Azam, smashed India by 10 wickets, putting an end to their long wait for a World Cup triumph against their arch-rivals.
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Babar Azam, speaking after their historic triumph over India. It cautioned his colleagues not to get carried away with their victory and reminded them that their goal is to return home with the T20 World Cup trophy.
In his forthright address, Babar Azam admitted that Pakistan had previously lost concentration. He informed his teammates that he believes this group of players will be able to reverse that habit and finish the job.
“This is not individual performance. We have won the match as a team. We can’t let our momentum go. This is the start. Enjoy but don’t get overexcited,” Babar told his teammates
“We can have fun tomorrow,” says one participant, “but we need to get back to work because we have a match the next day.” This match has come to an end. There’s only one thing on our minds right now. What is it, exactly? It is imperative that the World Cup be won.
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