India and Pakistan will face each other in the ODI World Cup today and the entire cricketing world is watching this match. Looking at the record so far in the World Cup, India’s burden is heavy. The two teams have met each other 7 times so far, and India has defeated Pakistan all the seven times. Meanwhile, looking at the current form of the Indian team, it is expected that Pakistan will be defeated easily. There is also talk that Babar Azam’s captaincy may be removed if Pakistan loses. Now Babar Azam has commented on this.
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On the occasion of the current World Cup, Pakistan team is playing in India after seven years. Babar Azam has said on his captaincy that “one match did not get me the captaincy, and one match won’t”.
Pakistan has not been able to defeat India even once in the ODI World Cup. So is there any pressure on you to break this record? When asked, Babar Azam said, “I don’t focus on the past. I look to the future. This record was set to be broken and I will break it. We have done well in the first two matches and will continue to do so.”
Meanwhile, news channels, social media, and newspapers frequently talk about Pakistan losing 7 matches against India in the World Cup. Then Babar Azam gave a funny answer when asked how he handles the pressure created by it. “I also get a lot of calls to get tickets. In short, people call me for tickets. I don’t pressurize past records at all”.
Although the Pakistan team has won the first two matches in the World Cup, Babar Azam has not been able to perform as expected as a batsman. He was dismissed for 5 against Netherlands and 10 against Sri Lanka. On this he said, “I haven’t performed as well as I should have done in the World Cup. But I hope to improve in the next match”.
“India and Pakistan only face each other in the World Cup. So there is a big gap. I get out not because of the bowler but because of my mistakes,” explained Babar on his low runs against India. He also felt that it would have been better if Pakistani nationals were also given visas to watch the match.