Pakistan team welcome in india with Bhagwa Gamchha : Babar Azam’s social media is telling everything as Pakistan team reaches India for the ODI World Cup.

Pakistan team welcome in india with Bhagwa Gamchha

Pakistan team welcome in india with Bhagwa Gamchha : After some visa hurdles, Pakistan cricket team has reached Hyderabad to participate in the ODI World Cup. Babar Azam’s team was given a grand welcome upon reaching Hyderabad before the practice match against New Zealand. Babar and the rest of the Pakistani players seemed to be in good mood when they arrived at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport on Wednesday. Babar took to social media to express his happiness over the warm welcome given to him and his teammates.

Babar and the team’s star fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi were very excited and were seen smiling while posing in front of the cameraman.

After almost a decade since their last visit in 2012-13 for a bilateral series, Pakistan have finally come to India.

The ‘Men in Green’ have undergone a lot of changes since then, with most members of the team facing the prospect of playing in India for the first time. Not being familiar with Indian conditions can become a big challenge for the entire team.

Posting a story on Instagram, Babar said, “Overwhelmed by the love and support in Hyderabad.”

pakistan welcomed in hyderabad : Pakistan team welcome in india with Bhagwa Gamchha

Earlier in Pakistan, Babar addressed these concerns during a press conference, saying: “We are all proud to be traveling for the World Cup. Although we have not played in India before, we are not under a lot of pressure.” “We are not putting it in. We have done our research.” We have heard that the circumstances are similar in other Asian countries.
Lack of experience on Indian soil will not be the only thing that Pakistan will miss. Another notable absence will be the presence of the local public during tournament matches.

“Unfortunately, we will miss the fans. However, as far as I know, the games are sold out, so we will be playing in packed stadiums. Even though our fans won’t be there, I know they will make sure their The noise of love is heard on social networks. Babar said, “I have heard that the fans are showing their love in India too, although I have not experienced it yet, but I am excited to play in India as well.”

Ahead of the World Cup, Pakistan will play its warm-up match against New Zealand, which is scheduled to take place on September 29 in Hyderabad behind an empty stadium.

They will begin their World Cup campaign against Netherlands on October 6 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.

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