As much excited yet scared we are for the big match, with all honesty we want it to happen well and complete. With zero intervention of the rain. And of course, the results being in the favor of our team AKA team Pakistan. However, the latest news has it that the big match is expected to be affected by rain. Just like the match between India and New Zealand. It was abandoned without even a single ball being bowled by any of the teams.
But rain, go away, Pakistan and India want to play
We want Pakistan and India to have an excellent game with all the elements of fun, excitement, thrill, nail-biting moments, getting on the verge of the seat kind of moments, adrenaline rush, happy moments but no rain.
Talking about rain and cricket, Indian captain Virat Kohli mentioned the Pak vs Ind world cup 2019 match the first thing after their match was called off due to the heavy showers. The face-off which is set to be played at Old Trafford on 16th June Sunday will be watched globally as it has to be the ultimate nail-biting match of the tournament. While talking about the game with Pakistan Virat Kohli said that this is going to be an excellent opportunity to create excitement across the world. He said that this is going to be a marquee event in the whole world.
Since we are a little scared (we might lose) why shouldn’t we welcome the rain and get a point each team?
This doesn’t sound so bad. We don’t want to lose yet again from India. Then why should not we pray for it to rain so that each team gets a point and there are no intense encounters. No, bad idea.
If it were another team, this might have been a good thing to pray for. But dude it’s India. Pak India cricket war is a must.
But wait, Can Pakistan beat India this father’s day?
It has all the potential to. Since Pakistan and India rarely play except at the major events, the two teams lack the edge other teams have over them. India won the matches played in Asia Cup and Pakistan gave then a good defeat in Champions Trophy. The thing with Pakistani team is that they perform their best when under massive pressure, when they are cornered and when you are not expecting them to put on an outstanding show. So the chances of Pakistan showcasing brilliance in their game on 16th are as high as India performing well. All that our team needs is a little faith in their own capabilities, confidence in their strength, The need to correct their weaknesses, team bonding and lots of prayers from us. We wish team Pakistan all the best so that at the end of the day we get to say ‘The boys played very well’.