Babar Azam's reply on rain threat over India-Pakistan match goes viral
New Delhi : India and Pakistan are all set to clash in the ongoing T20 World Cup on Sunday and the rain threat is likely to play a spoilsport with clouds staying over the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). On one side, fans are praying that the rain does not play a spoilsport, and on the other, players must be preparing to give their best in any circumstance.
Pakistan skipper Babar Azam held a press conference of Saturday when a journalist asked him, "Are all players singing ‘Rain Rain Go Away?'" To this, he came up with a witty reply and said, "Nahi sir. Bacchon ko koi lori nahi suna rahe (No sir. We are not singing lullaby to a baby!)".
Babar Azam was attending the pre-match press conference. According to the weather forecast, there are 70% chances of rain in Melbourne on Sunday.
Meanwhile, New Zealand crushed Australia in the opening game of the tournament with a huge margin of 89 runs.