Pakistan is currently in India for the eagerly anticipated ICC World Cup 2023, set to commence on October 5th, with an opening match between England and New Zealand. Leading the charge is Babar Azam, captain of the Pakistani cricket team, with their first game scheduled against the Netherlands on October 6th. However, the highlight of the tournament, the India vs. Pakistan clash, is eagerly awaited and is scheduled for October 14th at the Narendra Modi Stadium.

In the lead-up to this high-stakes encounter, former cricketer Moin Khan has voiced his observations, suggesting that Pakistani players tend to grapple with nervousness when facing their arch-rivals, India. Moin Khan noted that during the Asia Cup 2023, it was apparent that the players displayed signs of apprehension, often hesitating to provide suggestions to Captain Babar Azam, including key contributors like Mohammad Rizwan, Shaheen Afridi, and Shadab Khan. He observed a lack of teamwork and discussions within the team, and when discussions did occur, they were often not effectively translated into actions on the field.

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Moin Khan underscored the significance of players giving their absolute best and demonstrating unwavering commitment, emphasizing that, even if suggestions occasionally fail, a dedicated cricketer must always strive to deliver their optimal performance.