T20 World Cup 2022: BCCI President Roger Binny’s prediction on Pakistan reaching the semi-finals
Pakistan has suffered two consecutive defeats in the T20 World Cup
After this defeat, the road to their semi-finals has become difficult.
BCCI President has also predicted about Pakistan
New Delhi. The performance of Pakistan’s team in the ICC T20 World Cup remains a topic of discussion. The team has lost in the first two matches. After losing the first match against India, the team was also defeated by the Zimbabwe team. After the defeat in these two matches, now it has become difficult for the team to reach the semi-finals. The President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has spoken in this matter and he also believes that there is little hope of the team going ahead.
Pakistan’s team had to face defeat in a very exciting match against India in the last ball. Pakistan had scored 159 runs for 8 wickets. India won it after losing 6 wickets. The team got a humiliating defeat against Zimbabwe. Chasing 130 runs, the team could only manage 129 runs for 8 wickets in 20 overs. After two consecutive defeats, the road to their semi-finals has become difficult.
Talking to ANI, Roger said, “It is great that junior teams are emerging like this. The teams of Zimbabwe and Ireland have proved this thing completely during this T20 World Cup. Now you can’t take any small team so easily. They can easily beat you too.”
On the occasion of Pakistan reaching the semi-finals, he said, “I think after the condition of Pakistan now, it is going to be very difficult for the team to reach the semi-finals. If that happens, then it will be a matter of great happiness for me and I want it too. Well, cricket is a very fun game. You can never say anything because anything can happen in it at any time.”
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FIRST PUBLISHED : October 30, 2022, 15:26 IST