T20 WC: Please don’t get over-excited, Babar Azam tells teammates in dressing-room speech after win vs India

T20 WC Pakistan have consistently run over an eccentric side in significant competitions. On their day, they can beat the best on the planet, yet their terrible day can crush the spirits of fans watching them back home.

Notwithstanding, on Sunday, in their T20 World Cup 2021 opener against India, Pakistan showed lucidity and boldness that has not been their trademark in the new past. Driven by Babar Azam, Pakistan were not really settled as they pounded India by 10 wickets and finished their huge delay for a success against their main opponents in a World Cup match.

India versus Pakistan, T20 World Cup:
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Talking after their noteworthy success, skipper Babar Azam encouraged his partners to not move past amped up for their success over India and advised them that they will probably head home with the T20 World Cup prize.

Babar Azam, in his authentic discourse, recognized that Pakistan have lost concentration before however let his partners know that he accepts this bundle of players will actually want to change that propensity and take care of business.

“This isn’t individual execution. We have dominated the game collectively. We can’t release our energy. This is the beginning. Appreciate yet don’t get overexcited,” Babar told his partners in the video shared by Pakistan Cricket Board.

“We can appreciate tomorrow yet we should begin centering again on the grounds that we have a match the day after tomorrow. This match is gone at this point. Our center is one. What is that? We need to win the World Cup.

Yeh hamari aadat hai. Yeh change karni hai humein: Babar
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“We can’t bear to unwind after this. Be it bowling, batting, or handling, we need to give our 100%. Collectively, we have won. We will appreciate it with our families, however we shouldn’t get overexcited. Please, I am mentioning all of you. We can’t bear to lose our concentration

“Yeh hamari aadat hai. Yeh change karni hai humein (This is our propensity. We wanted to transform it). I have the confidence in everybody… this will change. Furthermore, we might have the option to transform it. No other person. Done.”

Babar Azam drove from the front as he hit an unbeaten 68 from 52 balls alongside his initial accomplice Mohammad Rizwan who crushed 79 from 55 balls as Pakistan gunned down 152 in 17.5 overs.

Pakistan will next face New Zealand on Wednesday as they hope to proceed their vivacious disagreement the T20 World Cup.