India vs Pakistan: The Indian team has started its journey in the T20 World Cup. The team defeated Pakistan in their first match. A very exciting match was played between India and Pakistan in Melbourne and the result of this match came out on the last ball.
At the same time, after this victory, the Indian team and fans were very excited. So there the fans of Pakistan and many former cricketers looked disheartened after the defeat of Pakistan. However, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar claimed that the T20 World Cup between India and Pakistan will once again be held in 2022.
Then there will be Indo-Pak match
Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar claimed on his YouTube channel that India has won one match, Pakistan has lost one. India and Pakistan will once again compete in this tournament. Shoaib said that when India and Pakistan play, only then does the World Cup begin. It was one of the most special matches in history. The wicket was very bad in Melbourne.
However, even then Pakistan scored 160 runs. Pakistan’s lower middle order did not play to maturity. The team could have scored more runs. Pakistan should accept the loss of this match and plan for the next match.
Former Pak players raised questions on umpire’s decision
According to Wasim Akram, the on-field umpire should have taken the help of the third umpire before giving the no-ball. He said, ‘The ball was seen coming down. The batsman will demand a no-ball but if you have the technology then you should have used it.
Waqar Younis said, ‘Square leg umpire should have discussed this with the chief umpire first. After that he could go to the third umpire. That’s why the third umpire is sitting. This decision should have been left to him.
Shoaib Akhtar, while tweeting on this ball, has advised the umpire to think. He wrote, ‘Umpire brothers, this is a matter to think about for tonight.’
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