Babar Azam, the 26-year-old Pakistani skipper will lead the Pakistani squad in the upcoming T-20 World Cup. Babar says that his team is well prepared against India. The team knows the pressure of the match against the traditional rival. They will put their effort to win the match and keeping the momentum. He said, “I am happy and proud of leading Pakistan at the mega event. We know its pressure and our first match [against India] is a highly intensive game; we will try to win that one and then keep up the momentum in the remaining games to win the World Cup.” Pakistan’s record against India is not good. But Babar is confident in saying the past should be left in past.
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Moreover, the Babar Azam said that the boys are training well and confident to fight with full gumption against India. “Yes our record against India in World Cups is not good but the past is past, we have forgotten it and are focusing on what is coming ahead and for this, we are well prepared. I have confidence that our batters and bowlers will give their best on the given day,” Babar said.