Inzamam-ul-Haq compares the 2022 T20 WC campaign to the 1992 ODI WC campaign. Saying that Pakistan “climbed from bottom to top.”
Inzamam-ul-Haq, Pakistan’s former captain. Has predicted that Pakistan will win the T20 World Cup 2022 and has also compared this tournament to the 1992 World Cup. Under Imran Khan’s guidance, the Men in Green won their first and only 50-over World Cup in 1992.
Unrelatedly, Pakistan and New Zealand met in the semifinals at Eden Park in Auckland. Where Inzamam went on to hit a game-winning 60 against the Martin Crowe-led team. At the SCG on Wednesday, November 9. Pakistan will once more square up against a New Zealand team that is on a roll.
Pakistan took the same action even during the 1992 World Cup: Inzamam-ul-Haq
“Pakistan’s performance in the semifinals and final will be better than the Super 12 Stage round”,Speaking on his official YouTube account, Inzamam stated.
“This time in Australia, Pakistan climbed from bottom to top. Even during the 1992 World Cup, Pakistan did the same and climbed from bottom to top.”he added
Pakistan appeare to be head for an early departure from the competition after losing their first two matches, which they played against India and Zimbabwe, respectively. However, they prevailed against the Netherlands to maintain their position in the qualifying race.
Their championship prospects were spark with a 33-run victory against the previously unbeaten South Africa, and from that point on, all they need to do was defeat Bangladesh and pray that either India or South Africa would lose their remaining Super 12 games. The Babar Azam-led team not only defeat Bangladesh by five wickets, but the Proteas were also defeat by the Dutch, ensuring Pakistan an easy passage to the semifinals.
Pakistan would now like to play consistently well against the BlackCaps. The Men in Green not only defeated the Kiwis in the semis of the 1992 World Cup but also the semis of the 1999 World Cup and the 2007 T20 World Cup, all of which were remarkable victories.