Pakistan captain Babar Azam sounded confident in his team’s ability to end their winless run against India in the ICC World Cup on the eve of their showdown in Ahmedabad.
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“Beating India had not happened even before T20 WC in 2021, so there is always a first time,” said Babar in the press conference on the eve of what is considered one of the most high-profile sporting fixtures in the world.
“I don’t focus on the records or on the past. Our team has been doing well. This kind of record is meant to be broken. Hope it happens tomorrow,” added Babar.