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Pakistan will beat India in Cricket World 2015 and erase history: Misbah ul Haq

Pakistan captain and most experienced player in the side Misbah-ul-Haq has promised pakistan fans that the team will play at its best in the mega event and make the nation proud. He also said that he would erase history and will rewrite the history by beating India in Cricket World Cup 2015. India and Pakistan will open their world cup campaign against each other on February 15 in Adelaide oval. "We know how important this match is and we are going with a strong ming and we want to rewrite history and beat India in a World Cup tournament," Misbah said while addressing the media at the national cricket academy in Lahore before leaving to Australia on their World Cup campaign on Tuesday."We are focused on the match and the players are going to play with commitment to try to win the match," he added. Misbah also said that the team is ready to lift world cup again after 1992 world cup.

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