Tuesday, November 30, 2021

If Pakistan beat Australia PM Imran Khan might watch T20 World Cup final in Dubai: sources – Latest Cricket News

If Pakistan cricket team reaches the final of T20 World Cup 2021, then Prime Minister Imran Khan will go to Dubai to watch the title match. The final match of the tournament is to be played on 14 November in Dubai. New Zealand have already reached the final after beating England and will face the winner of the second semi-final between Pakistan and Australia on Thursday. If Pakistan’s team reaches the final after defeating Australia, then Prime Minister Imran Khan will go to Dubai to watch the title match.

On Thursday, Geo News quoted sources as saying that when the Pakistan team reaches the final, PM Imran will go to Dubai to watch this match. Sources said the Prime Minister has expressed his desire to visit Dubai and watch the T20 World Cup final if Pakistan wins tonight’s match. He said that the Prime Minister will visit Dubai on a personal tour. Earlier, Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that he has requested the Prime Minister to visit Dubai if Pakistan qualifies for the final. The Information Minister took a jibe at New Zealand, saying the Kiwi team’s “security issues” would be completely resolved when Pakistan face New Zealand in the final.

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Pakistan and Australia have faced each other four times in the knock-out matches of the World Cup (ODIs and T20Is), with the Australian team winning all four matches. The last time Australia had won the World Cup against Pakistan was a comfortable six-wicket victory in the quarter-finals of the 2015 World Cup. Pakistan did not lose a single match in the Super 12 stage of this tournament and won all five matches. At the same time, the Australian team won four out of five matches in the group stage.

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