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T20 World Cup: Kohli-led India ‘get pleasure from’ Babar’s batting towards West Indies

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DUBAI: The Indian cricket crew arrived for his or her match towards England on the Dubai cricket stadium, however earlier than they might start their fixture, the squad witnessed some exemplary batting from Pakistan’s skipper Babar Azam.

The Pakistani captain, who ranks as one of the best ODI batsman, scored a powerful half-century with the assistance of six 4s and a six, as he helped his crew beat West Indies.

Pakistan had defeated West Indies by seven wickets by an all-out crew effort of their warm-up match.

The Pakistani bowlers additionally put up a powerful present towards an aggressive West Indian aspect. The Windies by no means regarded comfy batting first, dropping wickets at common intervals and solely managing to complete their inning at 130/7 from their 20 overs.

In the meantime, as Babar was batting, the Indian aspect regarded on as they received a style of what they are going to face through the high-octane October 24 conflict towards Pakistan.

Leaping on the bandwagon, social media customers additionally received the enjoyable out of it, as they stated “fans from India were enjoying” Babar’s batting.

Here is how they reacted:

Anmol Farya, clearly impatient for the Asian cricket giants to lock horns on Sunday, liked the sight of the Indian cricket crew watching from the stands as Babar Azam effortlessly stroked the ball to the fence now and again.

“Indian cricket players have arrived in stadium while Pakistani players are in the middle. That 24th October’s feeling is already here,” she tweeted.

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