IND vs PAK: The 2 most arch-rival teams of world cricket, every match between India and Pakistan is like a knock-out match. Both the teams never want to lose against each other. In the recently held T20 World Cup 2021 group stage match ( IND vs PAK ), the Indian team had to face a humiliating defeat by 10 wickets at the hands of Pakistan. With this, Pakistan also stopped the series of 12 consecutive defeats against Team India in the World Cup. Now once again both the teams are ready to clash in the World Cup match.
India, Pakistan match tickets ran out in a few minutes
The popularity of the match between India and Pakistan (IND vs PAK) is not hidden from anyone. The fans are always eagerly waiting for the match between these two teams on the cricket field. Because due to the ongoing political disputes between the two countries, no bilateral series has been played for many years.
Both the teams are face-to-face now only in the matches of the ICC tournament. This is the reason that every time during the ongoing broadcast between India and Pakistan, many new TRP records are made. Tickets for the match between these two teams are lost every time within a few minutes. This time also something similar has happened.
Mahamuqbala will be held on 23 October
In the T20 World cup 2022 to be held on Australian soil this year, on 23 October, the 2 most arch-rival teams of world cricket, India and Pakistan (IND vs PAK) teams will clash in aapast. This will be the first match of both the teams in the tournament. This match will be played at the historic Melbourne Cricket Ground. Today the sale of tickets for this match was started for the general public. As soon as the tickets for this match became available to the general public, all the tickets were sold out within a few minutes and now the rest of the fans will have to enjoy this exciting match from their home on TV.
India’s schedule for T20 World Cup 2022 (SUB H3)
First Match: India vs Pakistan, 23 October, Melbourne
Second Match: India vs Group A Runner-up, 27 October, Sydney
Third Match: India vs South Africa, 30 October, Perth
Fourth Match: India vs Bangladesh, 2 November, Adelaide
Fifth Match: India vs Group B Winner of Melbourne
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