Pakistan has 3 games in the tournament in which they cannot afford to lose a single game. One loss will rule the team out of the tournament. The Asian giants will have to depend on players like India, New Zealand, and England for their qualification in the tournament. Meanwhile, Naseer Hussain knows really well how many emotions will be involved in this match especially for Pakistan. So he started off debate on Twitter by asking Pak fans a witty question for the upcoming India and England clash.
Pakistan’s Chances to remain in the tournament
Pakistan till now has played their 7 matches, out of which they have managed to win 3 games defeating England, New Zealand and Sout Africa. They have also faced miseries in their game where they have lost to Arch-rival India, West Indies and Austalia followed by a washout game against Srilanka. On the points table, Pakistan is currently placed in the 6th spot just below Bangladesh. However, they will be very keen on observing other teams results, which will later reflect on the points table.
Hussain’s witty Question
Naseer Hussain, a British commentator, and former cricketer knows very well of the situation and quite frankly belives how many emotions will be involved in India vs England match. This game will be another match that will be spectated from around the world. On an epic showdown, India and the host England will be battling each other on Sunday in Birmingham.
Yesterday (Wednesday), Naseer Hussain took to Twitter and asked fans about their opinion on the upcoming England clash with India. This tweet created quite a debate online, he posted,” Question to all Pakistan fans .. England vs INDIA .. Sunday .. who you supporting?”.
Question to all Pakistan fans .. England vs INDIA .. Sunday .. who you supporting ? ?
— Nasser Hussain (@nassercricket) June 26, 2019
Let us see now how people debated on this
Is that even a question? pic.twitter.com/CenAXF1A47
— zaki zaidi (@ZakiZaidi_) June 26, 2019
not only am i gonna support India on sunday im gona buy an India shirt and listen to bollywood all day ????
— Issy Akram (@IssyAkram) June 26, 2019
When it comes to England we are Asian ??
— Kunal Kotecha (@_kotecha_kunal) June 26, 2019
Pakistan and india are always united against england.!!!
— ایمان علی (@AimeeeAli) June 26, 2019
Definitely backing India ?? for two reasons
1- they’re neighbours
2- they’re passionate about cricket
— Controversial Rana (@RmShazib) June 26, 2019
We are supporting India because we will beat them in Semi- Final or Final like the way we did in 2017 Champions Trophy.
— Haqeeqat TV (@Haqeeqat_TV) June 26, 2019
Pakistan all the way. After all we share the same DNA. United in Blood, divided by boundaries.#JiteyJiteyPakistan
— LEENA (@kunfaaya) June 27, 2019
All Pakistani will support their Neighbour ?
ہمسائے کا حق سب سے پہلے ?
— Bilal Tawakkal (@BilalTawakkal) June 26, 2019
— Saud خhan ?? (@SaudKhan807) June 26, 2019
I read most of the replies. & I am not surprised that the answer is India. Now it's your turn to answer…… Are you shocked about answers or it is as per your expectations for say no to "England"? ?
— Yes ha (@YeshaJethva1) June 27, 2019
We are ordered by our religion to "love thy neighbor"
— Hamza Gulzar (@HGulzar) June 26, 2019
Mera Bharat Mahaan ?
— Ahmar iftikhar (@AhmarYousafzai1) June 27, 2019
India.. to beat them in Finalzz ????
— Weird_M3 (@Weird_M3) June 26, 2019
Definitely Neighbours i.e. India.
We can choose our friends but not neighbours.
India any day over colonial England.
— مرزا جواد مقصود بیگ (@ThePreCambrian) June 26, 2019
Baccho#PAK ki fati padi hai
Papa#IND hi Yaad Aayenge .
Papa papa bachao ?
— Vishal Jangir (@Vsljangir) June 27, 2019
Time to support our neighbour ??
All the best ??
Inshallah India will win
Support from ??
— Xami Niazi? (@Xamy_99) June 27, 2019
— Amiet R. Kashyap (@Amitraaz) June 27, 2019
We will support India but somewhere India will not support England itself.
— مس نازش چوہدری (@Naaziish) June 27, 2019
They have one game with West Indies who need a win too to stay in hunt, one against India who want number 1 spot and 1 against SA who would be looking to win at least one game at WC so I don’t see them winning all. If they lose even one they can’t make it to top 4 if pak wins 2.
— Osama Bin Liaqat Mir (@oblmir) June 26, 2019