Malik said Pakistan would take revenge for the defeat in the final of the Indian team
#Cosmoread: Senior all-rounder Shoaib Malik of Pakistan cricket team in the Asia Cup league match against India has expressed grief over the loss that we went down to the final are preparing to avenge the defeat. Shoaib admitted that his batsmen did not play well in the match against India. The pitch did not understand properly.
According to a media report, Shoaib league match defeat against India has said that it happened because the Sher-e-Bangla stadium pitch we did not understand properly.
Shoaib said: “We could not understand the pitch and conditions. In addition, excessive A taking tried to play shots, which were against us.”
He is not only our fans, but after the team lost to India was quite disappointed.
He said, “but now we want to reach the final after winning the match. There will settle accounts earlier defeat.”
Shoaib said: “For us, the only conditions necessary to prepare themselves accordingly. We are doing it too.”
All together to perform
Malik said the most important thing for us is that all the players on the team with the best performers.
He said, “Our pace and spin bowling Bowlers are spectacular. The only thing that is needed to create batsmen run. If that happens, then we will be able to return to the tournament.”
However, Malik refused to comment on the pitch. Only the Professional Cricketers’ must adapt to the conditions.
Was heavy on most occasions is Prpakistan India
Match 1: T20 World Cup (September 14, 2007)
India won the ball out from Rijltः
Robin Uthppaः 50 runs (39 balls)
Misbah-UL-Hk 53 runs (35 balls)
Match 2: T20 World Cup (September 24, 2007)
Rijltः India won by 5 runs
Gautam Ganbirः 75 runs (54 balls)
Pakistan: 152 runs
Misbah-ul-Hk 43 runs (38 balls)
Match 3: T20 World Cup (30 September 2012)
Rijltः India won by 8 wickets
Shoaib Malik 28 runs (22 balls)
Virat Kohliः 78 * (61 balls)
Match 4: Pakistan’s tour of India (December 25, 2012)
Rijltः Pakistan won by 5 wickets
Gautam Ganbirः 43 runs (41 balls)
Mohammed Hafijः 61 runs (44 balls)
Match 5: Pakistan’s tour of India (December 28, 2012)
Rijltः India won by 11 runs
Yuvraj Singh: 72 runs (36 balls)
Mohammed Hafijः 55 runs (26 balls)
Match 6: T20 World Cup (March 21, 2014)
Rijltः India won by 7 wickets
Omar Akmlः 33 runs (30 balls)
Virat Kohliः 36 runs (32 balls)