T20 World Cup Final 2022: The ongoing T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia has been thrilling so far. Many matches in the Super 12 round of this tournament turned out to be exciting. India, Pakistan, New Zealand and England have qualified for the semi-finals. Meanwhile, the match between India and Pakistan (IND vs PAK) on 23rd October turned out to be the most exciting match ever. After this, there is a strong possibility that India and Pakistan will once again face each other in the final. Meanwhile, former Australian cricketer Shane Watson said everyone would love to watch the T20 World Cup final between India and Pakistan.
"Everyone would love to see Pakistan and India in the final." 💬
— ICC (@ICC) November 7, 2022
People tune in to watch India-Pakistan
Regarding the T20 World Cup final, Shane Watson said, "Everyone would love to see the final match between India and Pakistan in Melbourne." Australia is out of the tournament. In such a situation, Watson is now eager to watch the final match between India and Pakistan. Earlier, India and Pakistan met in the final of the 2007 T20 World Cup. At that time, under the leadership of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, India defeated Pakistan and won the title. Meanwhile, the Indian team under the leadership of Rohit Sharma will enter the field to end the drought of 15 years. The teams have advanced to the semi-finals. India has won four out of five matches and secured an entry into the semi-finals in Dimakha with a total of 8 points. On the other hand, South Africa lost to Netherlands in the last match, Pakistan defeated Bangladesh and reached the semi-finals. India will now play England and Pakistan will play New Zealand in the semi-finals and both teams can win their respective matches and meet in the final. Won the title. However, in this year’s T20 World Cup, under the leadership of Aaron Finch, the Australian team performed disappointingly. In this tournament, the Australian team has to wrap their bags in the Super 12 round itself.
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