Chairman Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan will leave for New Delhi from Lahore today. According to reports he will watch Pakisatn-India World T20 2016 match in Kolkata on March 19. Imran will leave Lahore at 12 noon and leave for New Delhi from where he will go to Kolkata. Imran will also run live commentary on the match for 40 minutes at Star Sports. Imran Khan will take 4 crore rupees for doing commentary in India Pakistan match on 19th March for 40 minutes, local rumors. The recent post of the World Cricket Updates reveals that famous political leader and former captain of Pakistan national cricket team will charge 10 lac for 1 minute. Sources said that Imran will leave for New Delhi on board PIA.

Imran Khan, who lifted the winning trophy of ICC ODI Cricket World Cup,1992, will also commentate for Sky Sports. He and another former superstar Wasim Akram will meet the Pakistan team just before the match to give “experience based pressure-assuage tips” to the players.

Imran Khan said media:

“Shahid Arfidi had sought my advice on Pakistan’s match against India. I don’t know what exactly Pakistan team’s grey areas are but I will try to give them suggestions in the light of my own experience.”

“A victory in this match will be crucial for the two teams in their bid to qualify for the last-4 stage of the Tournament. “I’ll be talking to the players for not taking any pressure against India.”

Chief Minster West Bengal had invited Imran khan for a meeting adding that the people to people contacts were necessary for improved relations between the two countries. Pakistan has lost all ten matches played against India in World Cup in both the formats of cricket. India may have had a stellar record against Pakistan in the previous world cup matches so far but it is important to note that Pakistan have beaten India on all four of their previous clashes at Eden Gardens.

 

 

Cricket legend Imran Khan is all set to share his magic with the Pakistani cricket team as he is slated to visit the dressing room at the beginning of the match.