Boxer Amir Khan Wants To Avenge Pakistan’s World Cup Loss By Beating India’s Neeraj Goyat

Boxer Amir Khan Wants To Avenge Pakistan’s World Cup Loss By Beating India’s Neeraj Goyat

After Pakistan lost to India in the World Cup, fighter Amir Khan said that he would love to exhort Sarfaraz Ahmed’s group and even guaranteed to retaliate for them in his next session against Neeraj Goyat.

Amir is from Britain and has his underlying foundations in Pakistan. He said he would render retribution by thumping out Goyat on July 12.

“Pakistan lost to India today in World Cup. Come July twelfth, I will retaliate for the misfortune and thump out Neeraj Goyat on our up and coming battle in Saudi Arabia,” he said

After Pakistan’s 89-run misfortune to India, questions were raised over the wellness of players by numerous previous cricketers and supporters. One of the fans even asserted that Pakistani players were eating pizza and burgers before the eagerly awaited conflict against India and their wellness levels are poor to the point that they should surrender cricket and wrestle.

Previous Pakistan pacer Waqar Younis additionally said that if the 1992 victors need to go up against India, they have to take a shot at their wellness.

“Culture needs to change first and after that the wellness level needs to coordinate the Indian players,” Younis wrote in a segment for the International Cricket Council.

Khan, a double cross World Champion and Olympic silver medallist will take on the Indian star at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah – nicknamed “The Shining Jewel” in a battle for the WBC Pearl World Championship.

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