Sanjay Bangar, a former Indian hitter, helped Pakistan defeat Britain in the final of the T20 World Cup. Despite this, Pakistan’s road to the final was paved with doubts, especially when the Babar Azam-led team dropped its first two games of the tournament. However, Pakistan has figured out how to go to the final, where they anticipate to win their second T20 World Cup championship, thanks to their bowlers. Bangar believes Pakistan would have an advantage over Britain in the final match in Melbourne thanks to their bowling.
Since bowlers typically take home the prize in sporting events, I’ll probably support Pakistan. They have a strong bowling attack that includes four excellent quicks, the wrist turn, and, if necessary, a left-arm spinner. I don’t think they’ll use that option all that often, but Shadab Khan’s all-around ability and their type of attack make it likely that the opposing swing will eventually become the most crucial element—we’ve already seen that. I think Pakistan is currently ahead of Britain in some respects, Bangar stated while speaking exclusively on the Star Sports programme “Approach.”
Just before the final, Pakistani captain Babar also didn’t hold back when acknowledging that his team’s cohesion lies in the pace group of four that consists of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammed Wasim Jr., and Haris Rauf.
The togetherness of his team, which consists of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammed Wasim Jr., and Haris Rauf, was pointed out by Pakistani captain Babar just before the championship game.