PAK vs NZ T20 World Cup 2022: Pakistan has once again entered the final of the T20 World Cup. In the first semi-final, Pakistan played a brilliant game and defeated New Zealand by seven wickets. Now the second semi-final match will be played between India and England on November 10, in which whichever team wins, it will go to the final and then the title match will be played against Pakistan. Their captain Babar Azam’s face lit up at the time of Pakistan’s entry into the final and he expressed happiness. At the same time, it was clear from the words of the losing team’s captain Kane Williamson that he is very sad about the defeat.
What did Pakistani captain Babar Azam say after the victory?
Pakistan captain Babar Azam told Star Sports that the Pakistani team has performed brilliantly in the last four matches. He also said that Pakistan’s supporters have come here in large numbers to watch the match, so we experienced a home-like atmosphere in Australia as well. Talking about our strategy, captain Babar Azam said that we and Rizwan had planned to attack in the first six overs. Also Mohammad Haris is also a very aggressive batsman. He said that for the time being we will celebrate the victory and will wait to see which team wins the match between India and England and comes to the final. After that the strategy for the final match will be prepared. After this, the entire team of Pakistan along with the captain circled the entire ground and also accepted the greetings of the audience.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson looked quite disappointed
Talking about New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, he said that Pakistan put good pressure on us with the ball. Williamson said that we felt that we had scored a good score, but the Pakistan openers batted well and took the match away from us. He said that the team has done well so far, but it is always disappointing to lose in the semi-finals like this. But T20 cricket is like that. Opener Mohammad Rizwan, who batted brilliantly in the match, was also looking very happy. He said that it is a good thing that his innings of more than 50 runs came from his bat in the semi-finals. Initially the pitch looked a bit challenging, but Babar and I continued to do our bit. When we got on the field, we thought of attacking. Either of us had to play longer.
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