Shoaib Akhtar’s Makes Big Prediction About The World Cup Winner 2023

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India’s performance in the Cricket World Cup 2023 has been nothing short of spectacular, with a flawless record of five consecutive victories in the campaign.

They secured wins against formidable opponents like Australia, Pakistan, and New Zealand.

Following India’s remarkable 4-wicket triumph over New Zealand in Dharamsala, Pakistan’s cricket legend Shoaib Akhtar made some bold remarks, suggesting that players like Shubman Gill, KL Rahul, and Rohit Sharma are more than capable of outshining the Kiwis in this World Cup.

Leading India’s run-chase was the iconic Virat Kohli, who showcased his brilliance by amassing an impressive 95 runs, ultimately leading India to victory. Akhtar commended Kohli’s ability to thrive under pressure, emphasizing that pressure brings out the best in him.

Akhtar, known as the Rawalpindi Express, didn’t stop there. He made audacious claims that players like Shubman Gill, KL Rahul, and Rohit Sharma could individually tackle the New Zealand team.

He underlined the depth of India’s batting lineup, portraying it as a formidable force.

While Kohli’s performance rightly claimed the spotlight, KL Rahul also played a pivotal role in the match. Suryakumar Yadav could have made a significant impact if he hadn’t been dismissed early, further showcasing the depth of India’s batting lineup.

Akhtar also took a moment to acknowledge the debutant Mohammed Shami, who played his first game of the tournament and made an immediate impact. Shami’s five wickets earned him the well-deserved title of Player of the Match.

“In preventing New Zealand from reaching 300-350 runs, Shami played a pivotal role. Despite being a bit expensive, his five dismissals were game-changers.

He has showcased his talent, and India should persist with the same bowling attack. With a complete batting and bowling lineup, there’s no reason India shouldn’t be considered a top contender for the World Cup,” Akhtar expressed his confidence in India’s prospects in the tournament.

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