‘Mujhe Virat se bahat darr lagte hai’ – Pakistan Fan Opines On Playing India In The 20-20 World Cup Final

By Daniel S

November 10, 2022

On 10 November 2022, team India will lock horns with England in Adelaide in the ongoing 20-20 World Cup. However, Pakistan qualified for the final of the ongoing tournament after defeating the Kiwis on 9 November. So, the Men in Green will look to find their opponents for the final of the World Cup on 13 November.

After having a bad start in the tournament, Pakistan fans were worried about the overall performance of the team. But, they managed to qualify for the semi-final, and now, they qualified for the final. However, a Pakistani fan came up with her opinion regarding whether they would want India to play the final with them at the MCG.

Here is the shared video:

Virat Kohli has scored 246 runs so far in the tournament in five matches

Speaking of the video, a female Pakistani fan was asked about her preferred opponent in the final. She said: “Mujhe Virat se bahat darr lagta hai. Jo aakhein woh dikhate hai na, I don’t want India to win the semi-final sorry. I want England to go. I want to beat England kiuki fir hum jiy jayenge. Pakka, Pakka.”

Another female fan also said: “Inshallah. Pakistan will win the final this time.” Speaking of Pakistan, they defeated the Kiwis by seven wickets in Sydney to seal their place in the final of the ongoing World Cup. Daryl Mitchell scored 53* runs off 35 balls as New Zealand scored 152 runs for four wickets in 20 overs. In reply, Mohammad Rizwan won the player of the match award for his match-winning knock of 57 runs off 43 balls. They managed to chase down the target with five balls to spare.

Speaking about Virat Kohli, he will be in action against England in Adelaide on 10 November. In this tournament so far, he has played all five matches and scored 246 runs, at an average of 123. Virat has also smashed three fifty-plus scores in the tournament so far. However, before that clash, Harshal Patel’s ball hit the former Indian batter. But, he looked in no such discomfort as Virat is all set to play the semi-final.