Babar Azam, was in a frame when there was an informal chat between the two skippers of one of the most competitive teams in the game of T20 World Cup which India lost to the former.

Babar Azam was seen talking to the Indian skipper in the game and obviously it was an informal chit chat between the two. But, because of the heightened competition between the arch rivals. Since then, it has been a matter of speculation that what the two captains exchanged.

Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in a one-sided match during a T20 World Cup Super 12 game between the two sides at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in September 2021. It was Pakistan’s first-ever win over India in a World Cup game. After Babar struck the winning runs, India’s skipper Virat Kohli walked towards Babar and his opening partner Mohammad Rizwan to congratulate the duo on a convincing win. On the eve of the first T20I of the three-match series against the West Indies on Monday, Babar took questions from the media as part of a pre-match press conference.

While most of the questions were regarding the home series against the Windies, Babar Azam was asked about his chat with Kohli during the T20 World Cup.

The buzzing questions were “what you both talked about ? ” But Babar Azam came up with a savage reply “Jee haan hui thi, par aap sab ke saamne thode bataunga” (Yes we talked, but i won’t tell that before you all), to the media personnel.

India had crashed out of the T20 World Cup in the Super 12 stage while Pakistan were beaten by eventual champions Australia in the semi-final.

While Babar is currently leading Pakistan across all three formats, Kohli will only captain the Indian team in the longest format of the game.


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