India vs Pakistan: The match between India and Pakistan is the biggest match of any tournament, even if it is the World Cup. This time the India-Pakistan match of the World Cup is going to be held at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The Indian team is going to take the field under the leadership of Rohit Sharma in this world’s largest cricket stadium with a capacity of 1.25 lakh spectators.
On this occasion, a fan of Rohit Sharma living in Ahmedabad has prepared a wonderful gift for him. This fan of Rohit Sharma is a goldsmith by profession, who works with gold and silver. This goldsmith living in Ahmedabad has made a gold World Cup trophy, whose weight is 0.900 grams. He wants to gift this gold World Cup trophy to Rohit Sharma.
Rohit Sharma will get a special gift
However, Rohit Sharma will definitely get the gold World Cup trophy, but to get the real World Cup trophy, Rohit Sharma’s team will have to play excellent cricket for the next 40 days. In this World Cup, Team India has made a great start to its campaign by winning both its initial matches. India defeated Australia in the first match and then defeated Afghanistan in the second match. Now it is Pakistan’s turn.
An Ahmedabad jeweler has made a World Cup trophy out of gold weighing 0.900 grams and wants to gift it to captain Rohit Sharma. [ANI] pic.twitter.com/vEuPZiAO6s
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Pakistan also defeated Sri Lanka in its last match by chasing 344 runs, which has also become the biggest successful run chase in ODI World Cup history. In such a situation, the morale of the Pakistani team has increased a lot, but their challenge before India will not be easy. Along with the fast bowlers of the Indian team, the spin bowlers are also in excellent form. It will not be easy for the Pakistani batsman to survive ahead of Kuldeep Yadav’s spin and Bumrah’s pace. At the same time, India’s batting has also been amazing in the last few matches. In such a situation, it is going to be very difficult for Pakistan to defeat the Indian team.
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