ICC World Cup 2019: India Will Be Under Pressure Facing Pakistan – Wahab Riaz
The game between Indian National Cricket Team and Pakistan has always been the best visual treats for the fans. After a fine time, the fans would once again get the chance to witness the clash in the ICC World Cup 2019. Meanwhile, Wahab Riaz adds fuel to it by calling Pakistan as the favourites to win the game.
India has a flawless track record against Pakistan in the ICC World Cup. They never gave a single chance for Pakistan team to win a single match. But, Wahab Riaz feels that it would not be the same result this time.
It would be a nail-biting contest – Wahab Riaz
Wahab Riaz recalled the final of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 when Pakistan thrashed Indian team to seal the cup. Riaz feels that it would certainly keep the Indian Team under pressure. Further, he went on to add saying that Pakistan got the quality team.
The fast bowler further expressed that Pakistan got the good combinations in their ranks. He believes that the good mix of fast bowlers, spinners and the batsmen would help the team.
“The game against India will be a pressure game, you have to control the nerves. We had defeated India in Champions Trophy final, so they’ll be under pressure. It would be a nail-biting contest. My advice to boys: keep calm and play it like just another game,” Wahab Riaz quoted.
“We have a good team and I am expecting better results from them. I think other than Pakistan, India, England, and Australia are teams that can make it to final four of the tournament,” the cricketer said when asked about who he foresees in the penultimate game.
Well, it would be interesting to see how things would pan out when India and Pakistan lock horns in the major event. Most probably, the atmosphere is going to be top-notch with the tickets already being sold out.
The match between the Indian team and the boys in green is scheduled to be played at Manchester’s Old Trafford Stadium on June 16.
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