T20 World Cup: Irfan Pathhan Roots for India On A Flight in Adelaide Road
former India Cricketer Irrfan Pathan has a great time covering T20 Globalism Australian Cup commentator. The former cricketer recently came into the news for his fiery tweet after which he faced a lot of backlash from Pakistan cricket fans. Meanwhile, Patan is now seen on the plane to Adelaide with plenty of Indian fans as India faces England in the T20 World Cup semi-finals.
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He shared the video and explained that he is traveling in Australia with many Indian fans on the plane. Furthermore, he was seen shouting: “Jeetega bhai jeetega, India jeetega.”
It should be noted here that India is preparing to face England in the second semi-final match at the Adelaide Oval Stadium. Watch the video below.
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The flight to Adelaide. Indian fans ♥️ #the love pic.twitter.com/NLrx0ICEWO
– IrfanPathan (@IrfanPathan) November 10, 2022
Irrfan Pathan is facing the hottest pak fans for an interesting tweet
Pakistan’s cricket team scored a five-wicket win over Bangladesh to qualify for the T20 World Cup semi-finals on Sunday. However, it was the Netherlands who helped Pakistan survive in the tournament. The shocking defeat of South Africa at the hands of the Netherlands gave the team led by Babar Azam a crucial lifeline in the T20 World Cup.
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And after the dramatic turn of events, former Indian cricketer Irrfan Pathan appears to have made a sly Pakistan dig on social media.
The former Indian founder wrote in his tweet: “Padosiyon accounts ke Twitter sirf SUNDAY ke naam pe zinda hai. Love it. [Twitter accounts in the neighbourhood seem to be active on Sundays]. “
India prepares to break the knockout blow
Just two steps away from ultimate glory, India can’t go wrong with facing formidable England on the tough Adelaide oval track in Thursday’s T20 World Cup semi-final.
While India has fared better in the group stage than England, the stakes are high, a winner-takes-all competition like this always starts out in equal measure.
England’s multi-level boss Ben Stokes has already admitted that they haven’t played their best cricket and the Indian team needs to make sure Gus Butler and Stokes don’t pick himself up for the semi-finals to put their A-game ahead.
History is also a bit against India when it comes to the results at the business end of the ICC events.
After 2013, Indian teams struggled to cross the last two hurdles on multiple occasions – 2014 T20 World Cup Final, 2016 T20 World Cup semi-finals, 2017 Champions Cup final and 2019 ODI World Cup semi-finals.
Although Rohit Sharma has played in all those matches, he was not captaining the team at the time and thus holds no disappointment as he enters the most important stage of being a captain of the entire time.
Rohit (89 times in 5 matches) would like to forget the physical pain of getting hit in the forearm because he wouldn’t shy away from playing one pull shot too much if Mark Wood or his potential replacement Chris Jordan were digging it in for awhile.
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