Harbhajan singh gave warning to Shoaib Akhtar regarding India vs Pakistan clash in T20 world cup 2021 in UAE – Latest Cricket News

The countdown to the T20 World Cup has started. Everyone is eagerly waiting for this tournament to be played on the soil of UAE and Oman from October 17. Team India has to face arch-rivals Pakistan in their very first match. The era of rhetoric has started regarding this high-voltage match. Many former cricketers of Pakistan recently called Team India as their favorite in this match. Now India’s spin bowler Harbhajan Singh has also warned former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar. Bhajji said that Pakistan has no chance of winning against India and Team India is very strong this time.

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While interacting with ‘Star Sports’ Harbhajan said that he has already told Shoaib Akhtar about this match that ‘Pakistan is of no use playing against India, you will play with us again and you will be disappointed after losing’ . Shoaib Akhtar There is no chance, our team is very strong and will blow you away. The teams of India and Pakistan will take on the field against each other on 24 October. In the T20 World Cup, these two teams have met five times so far and Team India has won five times. Not only this, despite playing 7 matches in the 50-over World Cup, Pakistan’s team has not been able to win against India till date.

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Recently, Pakistan captain Babar Azam, while expressing confidence in his team, said that this time Pakistan’s team will be successful in defeating India in UAE conditions. “We have been playing in the UAE for the last 3 to 4 years and we know the conditions very well there. We know how the wicket will behave and how to adjust the batsmen. The one who plays better cricket on that day will be able to win the match. If you ask me, we are going to win this match.

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