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‘Records are made to be broken,’ says Babar, who is out to end Pakistan’s losing streak.

‘Records are made to be broken,’ says Babar, who is out to end Pakistan’s losing streak.

Babar Azam believes Pakistan will break their winless record against India in Cricket World Cups when the two teams meet in Ahmedabad.

Pakistan has not beaten India in an ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup match in seven attempts since their first meeting in Australia in 1992.

However, Pakistan’s captain is confident that his team will end its losing streak when the two unbeaten teams face off in this year’s Cricket World Cup on Saturday.

“I don’t focus on the past, I try to focus on the future,” said Babar.

“Such records are made to be broken, and I strive to do so.”

“I will try to give a good performance on the day tomorrow.” How you play depends on the day.

“I believe my team did well in the first two matches and will do well in the next matches as well.”

“I don’t focus on the past, I try to focus on the future,” said Babar.

“Such records are made to be broken, and I strive to do so.”

“I will try to give a good performance on the day tomorrow.” How you play depends on the day.

“I believe my team did well in the first two matches and will do well in the next matches as well.”

“To be honest – yes, India-Pakistan match is a big game – it is a high intensity game,” Babar went on to say.

“I’ve just told them to give us the best chance possible – give us your best, which you have been doing.”

“That is our belief as players and as a team – we will carry out our plans.” The most important thing is to carry out our plans and have faith in ourselves.

“Ahmedabad is a big stadium and a lot of fans are coming, so this is a golden opportunity for us to perform well in front of the fans and become heroes.”

Pakistan can enter the blockbuster match with confidence after winning their first two matches in the Cricket World Cup against Sri Lanka and the Netherlands.

While Babar failed to score a big run in either of those games, Abdullah Shafique was one of several centurions in his World Cup debut against Sri Lanka.

The 1992 World Cup champions have a good mix of youth and experience, so Babar expects them to be at ease even on such a big stage against India.

Pakistan can enter the blockbuster match with confidence after winning their first two matches in the Cricket World Cup against Sri Lanka and the Netherlands.

While Babar failed to score a big run in either of those games, Abdullah Shafique was one of several centurions in his World Cup debut against Sri Lanka.

The 1992 World Cup champions have a good mix of youth and experience, so Babar expects them to be at ease even on such a big stage against India.

“Keep your gaze fixed on the ball. Keep your eyes on the ball while on the field. Keep your eyes on the ball while batting.

“That’s all there is to it. Don’t overthink it. Just stay concentrated.”

 

 

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