In the T20 World Cup, the Indian team will play its fifth match against Namibia at the Dubai Stadium today. With this match, the journey of both the teams will end in this tournament. India’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals have ended after Afghanistan’s defeat against New Zealand. With this, India’s dream of winning the title this year has also been shattered. However, after defeating Namibia, Virat Kohli would like to bid farewell to this mega event.
Captain and Coach Last Match
This will be the last T20 match for Kohli as captain. So at the same time, Indian coach Ravi Shastri is also leaving his post. In such a situation, both the veterans will leave no stone unturned to make this match special. India did not win a single title during the tenure of both of them, both the veterans will surely regret it. With this departure, there is some sadness among the cricket lovers on one side.
Wasim Akram’s emotional post
On this, former Pakistani cricketer Wasim Akram shared an emotional post on his social media Ku, writing, “There is nothing at stake for Team India in the last match against Namibia. Still a few things to be seen. I am in T20 cricket. I want to see Virat take the captaincy one last time. I want to see Rohit-Rahul batting brilliantly and Bumrah, Shami, Ashwin, and Jadeja taking wickets. I want to see my friend Ravi Shastri’s perfect farewell as a coach.
Pakistani Cricketer Wasim Akram Took to his Social Media
Former Pakistani cricketer Wasim Akram shared an emotional post on his social media koo and wrote, “There is nothing at stake for Team India in the last match against Namibia. Still, there are some things to see. I want to see Virat captain for the last time in T20 cricket. I want to see Rohit-Rahul’s batting and Bumrah, Shami, Ashwin, and Jadeja taking wickets.
With New Zealand’s fourth win in this World Cup, India’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals have ended. However, India has yet to play a match against Namibia. But both these teams are already out of the race for the semi-finals. In such a situation, Pakistani legend Wasim Akram wants to see the perfect farewell of captain Virat and coach Shastri in this match.