T20 World Cup Final 2022 | Players not nervous, ready to handle pressure, says Babar Azam
T20 World Cup Final 2022 – MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Pakistan captain Babar Azam said on Saturday that the team will stick to its game strategy in the final against England at the 2022 T20 World Cup.
At a press conference in Melbourne, Babar said the final was compared to the 1992 World Cup.
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Boss said all the players are looking forward to the final. He added that while England have a great team, Pakistan has a home series and the team will give 100 per cent in the final.
“We didn’t get off to a good start, but we all played like lions, so we recovered well,” Ace said.
In the final against England, Babar said the first six overs were crucial. “We believe in God. Our job is to work hard and the results are in God’s hands,” he added.
When asked about his meeting with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) President Ramiz Raja, Ace said it was a pleasure meeting him. Babber said Ramiz told the team to play straight and stay in the game.
Boss also said that a draw doesn’t matter in the final. “The weather is not in our hands, but we hope we can play as hard as we can without the rain affecting us,” he continued..
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