'Mother of all matches' - Pakistani YouTuber Momin Saqib’s hilarious interview ahead of India-Pakistan encounter goes viral
India are taking on Pakistan in their T20 World Cup 2022 opening fixture at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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It doesn’t get better than an India-Pakistan rivalry in a T20 World Cup 2022 fixture for the fans to witness and they have been on their toes for the much-awaited clash in the Super 12 stage at the MCG Ground. After the alarming signs earlier of rain expected to play spoilsport, the conditions now have brought up some hopes for the fans as the chances of rain have come down significantly.
Still, the game is expected to have cloud cover for the entire duration and a lot of talk over the clash has taken place in the last few weeks. To add a little bit of spice to it, Pakistani YouTuber Momin Saqib came up with a hilarious interview to leave the fans in splits ahead of the eagerly awaited clash.
I told the fans, let's bring buckets even if it rains: Momin Saqib
Momin mentioned that the fans have come a long way to Australia and termed the upcoming India-Pakistan encounter as “the mother of all matches”. He hilariously mentioned that buckets can be used to dump out the water after the rain threat and was delighted with the Sun coming out. He concluded that the water can be collected even if rain plays spoilsport due to the intensity of the fixture.
"Australia is so far away, if we have come this far, you can only guess the excitement that is there for the tournament. When it is India vs Pakistan, the entire energy, the limelight is on this India-Pakistan match, it is the mother of all matches," said Momin in a video posted by the news agency ANI on Twitter.
"Fans were worried about rain playing spoilsport, I told them let's bring buckets, even if it rains, we will collect the water and dump it out. You just see the weather now, the Sun is out, so much Vitamin-D. Even if it rains, we will collect the water," he added.
#WATCH | Pakistani comedian Momin Saqib’s hilarious interview ahead of India, Pakistan clash in ICC World T20, in Melbourne, Australia pic.twitter.com/szszOrtjWX— ANI (@ANI) October 23, 2022
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