The defeat of Team India against Pakistan increased the ‘tension’ of the veterans, know what is the reason

At the ICC T20 World Cup (ICC T20 WC 2021), Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in the big match played at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday. The performance of the Indian players in this match was very disappointing and the team was able to give Pakistan a goal of just 152 runs. After this, the bowlers also seemed completely failed and couldn’t get a single wicket from the opposing team. With this defeat, India’s record of not losing to Pakistan in the World Cup was broken. However, all the legendary Indian cricketers are worried about the defeat of India.

Former cricketer Chetan Sharma said about the match against Pakistan that “the Indian team was a strong contender for victory in the big match, because India had never lost to Pakistan in the T20 World Cup, so it was hard to see India’s defeat here Captain Babar Azam’s plans defeated Virat’s army According to him, the team will have to recover soon from this defeat to India, so that it can perform well in the future.

India lost to Pakistan by ten wickets for the first time in the history of World Cup matches. It was a very embarrassing defeat for India. The 79 undefeated by Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s starting pair, and the 68 undefeated by Captain Babar Azam, led the team to a one-sided victory. When Pakistan invited India to bat first, their players pitched well and did not allow India to advance to a great score. The Indian team could only score 151 runs. At the same time, Rizwan and Babar Azam of the Pakistan team, who went out to chase the races, defeated India by 10 wickets and recorded their first victory in the tournament.

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Indian captain Virat Kohli believes the team has an accurate idea of ​​where the first match against Pakistan went and where it went wrong. He said Pakistan’s brilliant bowling in the first six overs meant India was unable to score an additional 20-25 runs in their first match of the men’s T20 World Cup. Kohli told the post-match press conference: “As a team, we have to understand what the reality of the situation was there in the middle. And 20-25 extra runs would have been good. But in the first six, there was great bowling. No it allowed us to get extra runs. We know exactly how the game got out of hand and where it went wrong. We are totally clear on that, it’s good to know where he went wrong as a team. “


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