- Pakistan team has many game changers, says Virat Kohli, India will do its best
- India has won all the five matches against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup
- Babar Azam says that his team is not thinking about the past, the team will focus on the current World Cup
On the eve of the match in Dubai, Kohli said, “Pakistan has a lot of game changers and the Indian team will have to do their best to win.” “Pakistan is a strong team and you always have to do your best against it. He has many game changer players. So we will do our best against Pakistan.
Like the ODI World Cup, India has also remained unbeaten against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup. India and Pakistan have played five matches in the T20 World Cup so far and India has won all the matches. India won the first T20 World Cup in 2007 and defeated Pakistan in the final. Now Virat Kohli’s team is also determined to maintain this record against Pakistan.
On the other hand, Pakistan captain Babar Azam said that his team does not think about the past. We think about this World Cup. We will focus on our potential and our strengths and use that in the match against India. We will try our best.
“Every team has its strengths and weaknesses. Our team has always been strong in bowling. Bowlers always let you win matches and our bowlers are in great form. We did well in the Champions Trophy as well. But this time batting is our strongest party. The way our batsmen have performed in the last few months, I am sure they will do well against India as well.