Pakistan captain Babar Azam stated on Sunday that his team’s goal in the T20 World Cup semifinals is to sustain their fantastic momentum from the group stage, when they were the only unbeaten team.
Pakistan defeated Scotland by 72 runs in their sixth match in a row. “We have faith in each other’s abilities.” We’re playing as a team, and as a result, we’re playing consistent cricket. We want to bat first. We were unable to do adequately on the powerplay.
Hafeez and Malik both performed admirably. He made good use of his expertise and performed effectively at the finish. We were sure of ourselves. We’d like to keep the same momentum going. Dubai has one of the greatest stadiums in the world. “We also like the admirers that visit from time to time.
It’s incredible how people come out to support us “Babar stated this at the post-match presentation. Babar scored 66 off 47 balls to help Pakistan reach 189 for four. Malik afterwards stormed to an 18-ball 54, while Hafeez hit 31 in 19 deliveries.
Scotland was halted at 117 for six points. On Thursday, Pakistan will meet Australia in the second semifinal. Scotland lost all five of their Super 12 games after winning three of their first three games. Kyle Coetzer, the team’s captain, hoped the team’s success had motivated the child to continue playing the sport back home. Only on JioSaavn.com can you listen to the most recent tunes.
“As we return home, we hope we have influenced people.” You may be a part of a tournament like this if you play hard enough. In our group, we have some excellent players. It was difficult for us to play under these conditions. “And then we’ll analyse what the obstacles will be when we play the World Cup in Australia (next year),” he said.
Will there be a semi-final between Pakistan and Australia in the T20 World Cup?
Pakistan is still undefeated in the World Cup 2021, and they were the first team to finish the tournament’s semi-finals with Top 12 victories versus India, Nz, Afghanistan, and Namibia. Pakistan will play Scotland, who has already been relegated from the competition, in Sharjah on Sunday.
Although the fact that the People in Green were the first to secure their place in the semi-finals, it remains unknown who they will meet. The Super 12 stage is split into two halves. The team that wins first in each group will meet the team that finishes second in the points table of the other group. Despite having lost to South Africa in Sharjah, England took first place in Group 1, with Australia coming in second. Pakistan now leads Group 2, with Nz in 2nd spot.
Pakistan might face one of two opponents in the semi-finals:
If Pakistan maintains their unbeaten record and defeats Scotland today (Sunday), they will meet Australia in Dubai.
If Nz beats Afghanistan and Pakistan beats Scotland, the Black Caps will seize the lead in the points table, while the Men in Green would drop to second. Pakistan will meet England in Abu Dhabi in this case.