Gautam Gambhir said which team could make a big difference in the T20 World Cup

With less than two months left before the start of the T20 World Cup. Teams from all over the world are geared for this. Cricket boards around the world are announcing their teams for the upcoming World Cup. Meanwhile, former India batsman Gautam Gambhir has advised all teams to remain vigilant with Afghanistan. He said that the team led by Rashid Khan should not be taken lightly. He said players like Mohammad Nabi, Mujeeb ur Rehman and captain Rashid Khan have performed well in the T20 league around the world.

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In the Star Sports program ‘Game Plan’, this former opener said, ‘You cannot treat Afghanistan lightly. I have always believed that if you want to talk about a team that is genuinely backward in this tour, it has to be Afghanistan. Also, he has players like Rashid Khan, Mohammed Nabi, you can’t treat them lightly. Gambhir added, ‘Yes anyone can beat anyone in T20 format because it is very personal and we should not treat anyone lightly. For example, you should not consider Afghanistan as a lightweight. Players like Rashid Khan can be troublesome.

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The teams in the World Cup are divided into two groups. Gautam is very excited about Group 1 matches. He said, ‘Group 1 is a‘ death group ’, and this group is actually a group. You have four teams and they are playing the first day of the T20 World Cup, so Saturday is very exciting. The West Indies are always an unexpected team. Because of what kind of firepower he has, he could win the World Cup for the third time. England also has firepower. They have been the best limited overs team in the last few years after winning the World Cup in 50 overs. The T20 World Cup will start from October 18.

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