Pakistan is on the edge of their seats as they prepare for the colossal Pakistan-India cricket clash. While the stadium may be in India, fervent cricket fans in Pakistan are eagerly gearing up for the showdown.
The stage is set for one of cricket's most intense rivalries as Pakistan and India gear up for their monumental showdown at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, India.
The atmosphere in Pakistan is electrifying, with fervent cricket fans eagerly preparing for the much-anticipated Pakistan-India match.
Despite facing visa restrictions and the inability to attend the match in person, Pakistani cricket fanatics are leaving no stone unturned to show their unwavering support for their beloved "Shaheens".
The streets of Rawalpindi, particularly Sports Street, are abuzz with enthusiasm and passion.
Fans are flocking to this popular shopping district to buy green shirts, cricket gear, and memorabilia.
Excitement is palpable, and the atmosphere is one of celebration, unity, and unwavering belief in the Pakistani team.
One enthusiastic fan expressed, "We have bought t-shirts. We have also distributed them among friends. Inshallah, green shirts will encourage our brothers and sisters on the ground".
Another fan predicted, "Abdullah Shafique will hit 150, and Haris Rauf will take four wickets".
Notably, while Pakistani fans may be unable to physically attend the match in India, they are determined to make their presence felt from afar.
One supporter stated, "Indians didn't give us a chance to get there. We will wear green shirts and fully support our team."
Witnessing the vibrant display of cricket fervor, the shopkeepers on Sports Street have decided to give cricket fans more reason to celebrate. Several merchants have announced substantial discounts on green shirts and other cricket-related merchandise.
One shopkeeper stated, "By the way, Pakistan gave a special offer for India. But now we will have a 50% discount on shirts for the entire World Cup. Inshallah, Pakistan will win. India will be defeated tomorrow, and they will be defeated at home, and then we will also win the World Cup."