An astrologer named Muhammad Ali Zanjani from Rawalpindi Pakistan said that Pakistan could set a record by defeating India in the World Cup match to be held at Ahmedabad on October 14.
“There will be an eclipse on match day wherein Rohit Sharma will be dominant in the game over skipper Babar Azam,” he added.
He predicted Pakistan could defeat India.
India have defeated Pakistan seven times out of seven at the tournament since they first met in Sydney in 1992, a run that Babar Azam’s side will hope to end when they meet the hosts in Ahmedabad on Saturday.
Pakistan cricket team skipper Babar Azam already expressed his optimism about breaking the record against India.
Expressing his thoughts ahead of Pakistan’s all-important clash against India, Babar Azam said, ‘’I don’t care about the past record. We believe as a team to show a strong performance against India.’’
‘’The entire crowd will rally behind India against Pakistan tomorrow. The toss can play a crucial role in the match,’’ Babar Azam added.