T20 World Cup 2021: Pakistan fan girl asks MS Dhoni to lose, KL Rahul to not perform, they respond

India and Pakistan will lock horns on October 24 in Dubai.

MS Dhoni and Pakistan fans (Photo Source: Getty Images)
India is all set to play its first match of ICC T20 World Cup 2021 under the mentorship of MS Dhoni that to against its biggest rival of times. The world is looking forward to witness  the rivals locking-horns for the first time since the 2019 ODI WC. Amid all the excitement, hype and speculations about who will win this match, a Pakistani fan girl present in the Dubai International Stadium stadium shared a friendly banter with mentor MS Dhoni along batter KL Rahul was seen asking not play against Pakistan tomorrow.
In the viral video shared by a Pakistani  fan of fun banter interacting with the Indian  players at the end of their final practice batting session, where a fan shouted “Rahul, please don’t play good tomorrow. No, please don’t play good tomorrow”, fan from the crowd again shouted “Mahi, please leave this match, win next one, not this match please,” she can be heard telling Dhoni as he walks out with India pacer Jasprit Bumrah. To which Dhoni replied “Humara kaam hi aisa hai” with a big smile on his face.

Both teams of India and Pakistan is ready for their first match  and first face off the ICC T20 WC 2021  on 24 October in Dubai.

https://twitter.com/DhoniArmyTN/status/1451969438790475777?t=s2lt0dYBq4AUAURQIzeaiw&s=19

“I feel it will be a great match”: Sourav Ganguly

On the other side BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, feels that it will be a great match as he backed India and believe that this team can finally end our 10 years of wait of wining the world cup. he also said that Pakistan is a good team and if everyone performed their best , then anything can happen. Believes that there is a huge possibility of 13-0 happening against Pakistan  and all the players are genuine-match, winners BCCI President told to ABP News

We played the finals in 2003 and 2014 &  in 2017 we lost to Pakistan in Champions Trophy, “It’s not like that India will win every time. Indian cricket is so strong that we will keep getting chances to play the final. Even this year we are hopeful. India is a big contender, but fingers crossed,” he added.

 

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