Shaheens, the road to final of ICC T20 World cup 2022
Shaheens, the road to final of ICC T20 World cup 2022

Shaheens, the road to final of ICC T20 World cup 2022

Muhammad Mudasir:

After the disappointing start of Pakistan but somehow the men in green managed to reach the finals of the ICC T20 WORLD CUP, Australia with the help of some performances and especially the Netherlands upsetting mighty South Africa.

In every tournament, Pakistan is always the underdog. Men in green start their campaign at a slow pace but the favors quote of former English player¬† NASEER HUSSAIN “Pakistan cricket at its best, one minute down next minute up.

After the Zimbabwe match, no one expected Pakistan can qualify for the semis but “qudrat ka nizam” Pakistan can qualify for the semis as well as the final.

“The team has performed so well in the last three matches and they followed that today. I want to thank the crowd, it feels like we are playing at home,” said Pakistan captain Babar Azam.

 

Some critics are hoping, Babar can repeat the famous 1992 world cup history.

 

Pakistan made an awful start to this tournament but now seems to have almost unstoppable momentum as they look to repeat their success in the 1992 50-over World Cup in Australia under the captaincy of Imran Khan.

 

 

Men in green secure the finals seat but the question is who will be facing Pakistan in the finals of the ICC world t20, India or England?

PAKISTAN will face either England or India in Sunday’s final, which will be played in Adelaide on Thursday.

 

But Pak fans want Pak – India clash in the final at Melbourne cricket ground on Sunday and to take group stage match revenge.

 

Can men in green repeat 1992 history, can Pakistan’s second T20 title, Can Pakistani fans sing Dil Dil Pakistan at Melbourne cricket ground, it will be known on Sunday.

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