Kya tip chahiye: Pakistan chief Babar Azam answers Hong Kong captain’s solicitation in front of Asia Cup conflict

Pakistan commander Babar Azam and Hong Kong captain Nizakat Khan met one another and shared a cricketing visit before the significant Asia Cup match between the two groups in Sharjah.

Asia Cup: Pakistan chief Babar answers Hong Kong captain’s brassy solicitation Skipper Babar Azam will lead Pakistan against Hong Kong in their must-win ACC T20 Asia Cup 2022 on Friday in Sharjah.

This will be the primary match between the two groups in the most limited design.

In the meantime, the authority Twitter record of the Pakistan Cricket Board on Thursday posted a video of their endearing communication in front of the match, where Nizakat could be heard requesting tips from World No.1 T20I player [“Koi tip hame bhi do”] and Babar didn’t frustrate.

Real to life visit between the two captains #AsiaCup2022 | #PAKvHK


— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) September 1, 2022

The Pakistan skipper answered by saying, “Accept rakho (Keep accepting).” The two players likewise examined his cricket bat during their sincere visit.

Pakistan lost their mission opener against India and given the new type of Hong Kong, it won’t be a stroll in the park for the Pakistani group. Hong Kong has as of late been in a rich vein of structure, winning the passing competition and staying unbeaten.

Assuming that Pakistan wins their take-out match against Hong Kong, they will again confront India on September 4.

“It was a tight game against India, the resolve is high in the camp and every one of our players is sure of improving in the impending game,” Fakhar Zaman said in a video posted by PCB.

“T20 is a short organization that gives an equivalent open door to the two groups to feature their assets.

To hold back nothing 4 we need to guarantee we limit our blunders and set up a decent show.

“Hong Kong has played great cricket in the qualifiers however we will attempt to adhere to our arrangements.

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