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T20 World Cup 2022: पूर्व कप्तान इंजमाम उल हक का दावा, पाकिस्तान के पास भारत से बेहतर गेंदबाज

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Talking to a news channel from Pakistan, he said that when there is a big match for India, his bowling is a problem for him. He said I have seen this in Asia Cup too. Joe Butler and Hales put in a great performance in the semi-final.

Team India has faced a lot of criticism after its humiliating 10-wicket defeat to England in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup. Amid all this, former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq also criticized Team India and said that Pakistan team’s bowling is much better than Indian bowlers. Talking to a news channel from Pakistan, he said that when there is a big match for India, his bowling is a problem for him. He said I have seen this in Asia Cup too. Joe Butler and Hales put in a great performance in the semi-final.

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Not only this, Inzamam-ul-Haq also claimed that Pakistan’s bowling is better than India’s. Along with this he said that we will not perform like him in the final. Former England captain Michael Vaughan said on Friday that India have not achieved any milestone since winning the World Cup on home soil in 2011 and have been the worst performing team in the history of cricket. He criticized that the Indian team played old-fashioned cricket in the T20 World Cup. Vaughan also criticized the Indian team management for not using Rishabh Pant effectively.

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England in the final by ‘honoring’ India

Star batsmen’s bats remained quiet at times, bowlers could not find the rhythm and India’s streak of losing big matches in ICC tournaments continued unabated. The ten-wicket loss in the semi-final against England broke the Indian team’s dream of winning the ICC title after 11 years and also broke the hearts of millions of Indians across the world. Alex Hales and captain Jos Buttler’s unbeaten half-centuries and a record unbroken partnership of 170 runs for the first wicket helped England beat India by ten wickets to enter the final of the T20 World Cup, where they will face Pakistan.

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