Pakistan vs Afghanistan T20 World Cup 2021
Who doesn’t like Cricket? It is a healthy sport that everyone enjoys and loves to play. Cricket is a fever that does not go away easily. So, get ready cricket lovers because we have good news for you. Once again the ICC world cup T20 is coming up this month. When there is a cricket match, there is no official holiday but everyone leaves them all work and goes to the stadium to watch the match. According to the ICC T20 world cup Schedule 2021, the matches are starting from 17 October 2021. The event will occur in Dubai International Stadium. Pakistan vs Afghanistan T20 World Cup 2021 is probably one of the matches that cricket fans in a war-weary country watch with great intensity. Pakistan vs Afghanistan cricket match will be held on 29 October 2021. Now let’s have a look at Pak/Afghan’s previous history.
Pak/Afghan previous cricket records
Afghanistan is new in the cricket world. Afghanistan formed a national team and became a member of the ICC in 2001. It has played only 3 World Cups so far. Afghanistan made an entry in the ICC World Cup in 2015. The Afghanistan cricket team played its second match in 2019 in which they played 9 matches and all the matches were lost. Afghanistan has also qualified for this year’s World cup too.
On 23 August the CEO of ACB(Afghanistan Cricket Board) officially announced that Afghanistan’s three-match ODI series against Pakistan has been postponed due to the situation in Afghanistan. The PCB tweeted that the two boards would try to reschedule the series for 2022.
In his pre-match press conference on Friday, Afghan cricket team captain Gulbuddin Naib eased political tensions between the two countries, saying he hoped cricket could build a bridge. He also said, “If you look at our cricket, we learned a lot of cricket in Pakistan and we also played cricket in Pakistan,”.
Hopefully, the Pakistan vs Afghanistan T20 World Cup 2021 cricket match is going to be great. Let’s see how the teams perform. We wish that the Pakistani team does not disappoint the fans.