MCG, World Cup Final 2015: Can history be repeated for Pakistan?

MCG, World Cup Final 2015: Can history be repeated for Pakistan?, The Melbourne Cricket Ground pool matches ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 February 14 Australia 100 000+ eyewitnesses

The Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia will entertain us with yet another vivacious finale of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015; a straight 23 years after an overflowing crowd of 100,000+ buffs of cricket extravaganza witnessed the Pakistani Captain Imran Khan lift the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy, 1992. Hopes and anticipations for Cricket World Cup can never precipitate among the Pakistani cricket devotees; now with their propitious cricket ground this finale, cricket fanaticism among the overly obsessed Pakistani cricket fans is crossing the maximum!

The tournament will open on February 14 with co-hosts Australia and New Zealand playing their first pool matches against England and Sri Lanka, cheered by their home crowds.

Pakistan gets access to the picture on February 15, taken on by the defending champions as well as the arch-enemy, India. The aroma of Pakistan vs. India matches has always attracted crowds to an all different extent. Fans pour in from all parts of the world. Stands are set to fire. Cheers, shouts and cries, from all directions, continue to roar up all matches long. This particular battle also expects 100,000+ eyewitnesses. Sad for the well-wishers of Pakistani cricket, India has never lost to Pakistan in any of their five World Cup encounters to date! If this happens again in that match, it would be unfortunate for the moral of Pakistani players. Also, losing the first match has been a bad omen since ages.

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