Sharjah. In the 24th match of T20 World Cup 2021, the team of Pakistan and Afghanistan will be face to face. The match between the two will be played in Dubai at 7.30 pm. Pakistan will come out with the intention of putting a hat-trick of victory, while the Afghanistan team will also try to make a big upset today, but before that, both the teams will try to forget the incident of 2019 World Cup and concentrate on the game only. Before this match, the Afghan team’s star player Rashid Khan has appealed to the fans of both the teams to maintain peace, remembering the incident of the 2019 World Cup.
In fact, on 29 June 2019, there was a clash between the fans of both the teams in the match played between Pakistan and Afghanistan at Headingley ground in Leeds. An aircraft was also seen flying in the area, which was waving ‘Justice for Balochistan’ banner in the sky. Many videos of the fight that took place during the first innings of the match were revealed, after which many people were thrown out of the field. After the match, the fans entered the field. A fan even tried to attack Pakistani bowler Wahab Riaz.
‘What happened in 2019 is over now’
Before taking the field against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup, Rashid said that whatever happened in the 2019 World Cup should not happen. Appealing to the fans, he said that whatever happened, it is over now. This match will bring unity to both the countries and will bring them together. He said that such accidents should not happen.
The last time there was a face-off in an ICC event, when Pakistan won by 3 wickets. The Afghan bowler said that we always have a good match against Pakistan. It was the same in the Asia Cup in 2018 and then in the 2019 World Cup as well. He said that this match should be seen as just one match. He has appealed to the fans to enjoy the match by making peace. He said that whichever team plays well, it will win.