Champions Trophy: Fans hope for mouth-watering India vs Pakistan final
Everyone knows that cricket is a game of uncertainties and no one can predict the outcome. Although it is a very remote possibility, cricket teams from India and Pakistan are hoping that South Asian neighbors will compete for the Champions Trophy final in the Sunday oval. Of course, both sides have to overcome serious semi-finals before thinking about this tender dreams.
Before India compare Bangladesh during the last four meetings in Birmingham on Thursday, Pakistan’s fate have already been decided, while he was against England a day earlier – Wednesday in Cardiff.
If Pakistan is able to traverse guests throughout the Asian subcontinent and, of course, the legion of worldwide followers, will aggravate enthusiasm, as you can expect India to get the best of unpredictable Bangladesh.
Although they have faced 15 times in ICC-organized events – there was only one moment when India and Pakistan met in the final – at the first T20 World Championships in Johannesburg 2007, when India got the Neck cliff for five shots with Misbah-ul-Haq play the now infamous scoop only to be captured by Sreesanth, to the delight of Indian fans.
Overall, India has won six games against Pakistan in the World Cup, five out of five in the T20 world (including a bowl out after a draw) and two out of four in the Champions Trophy – an overwhelming 13 of 15 games to date. With such an overwhelming track record, Indian fans would prefer that India take on Pakistan instead of England in the title clash.
Overall, India has won six games against Pakistan in the World Cup, five out of five in the T20 world (including a bowl out after a draw) and two out of four in the Champions Trophy – an overwhelming 13 of 15 games to date. With such an overwhelming track record, Indian fans would prefer that India take on Pakistan
Indigenous Indian supporters have already begun to post comments such as: “If Pakistan comes ultimately to the final against India, remember that June 18 is Father’s Day.” Whether or not Pakistan, supporters of India are already preparing for the final on June 18, convinced that their team is strong enough to overcome Bangladesh.
A stronger team English
But they are aware that England is the master in the conditions of the house and should be an extraordinary effort to thwart Indian oval Sunday breakfast.
The English team as Eoin Morgan pattern is very different from what India defeated in the final of the last Champions Trophy in Edgbaston in 2013.
MS Dhoni was then the captain of India and is now one of the smaller boys of Virat Kohli. On the other hand, Morgan was a player and now he is the captain.
As the two captains follow the mantra of the brave and aggressive cricket, most experts predicted that the final Anglo-India, which could materialize to dismay fans in Pakistan and Bangladesh.