Captain encourages fans to watch Pak-Jordan clash for thrilling game

“Pakistan Football Captain Urges Fans to Support Team Against Jordan in World Cup Qualifier”

Pakistan’s football captain Easah Zaheer Suliman is rallying local fans to fill the Jinnah Stadium stands as the national team gears up to face Jordan in a crucial World Cup qualifier on Thursday. Easah, who arrived in Islamabad recently to lead his team against Jordan, emphasized the significance of crowd support in boosting player performance on the field.

The 26-year-old center-back urged fans to come out in numbers, acknowledging the challenge of attending a daytime match during the holy month of Ramazan. Despite the constraints, Easah remains hopeful that supporters will make the effort to back their team.

Expressing his excitement to join the national squad, Easah highlighted the team’s rigorous training regime leading up to the match. His teammate, Umar Hayat, echoed the call for fan attendance, recognizing the sacrifice it entails during fasting hours.

On the opposing side, Jordan’s team arrived in Islamabad amidst football fever following their recent success in reaching the Asia Cup final for the first time. With preparations underway at the Jinnah Stadium, Jordan is determined to secure a victory against the struggling Pakistani team.

In light of Pakistan’s disappointing start in Group ‘G’ with losses to Saudi Arabia and Tajikistan, Coach Stephen Constantine and his players are counting on home support to turn the tide. Despite setbacks like the failure to install floodlights for an evening kick-off, the team remains optimistic about fan turnout for the upcoming match.

While Jordan eyes a strong performance in Islamabad before returning home for the rematch, Pakistan is banking on a dedicated lineup including foreign-based players like Adil Nabi and Etzaz Hussain. However, the duo’s decision to step away from the national team adds a layer of complexity to Constantine’s strategy for the qualifiers.

With both teams vying for crucial points in the World Cup qualifying round, the stage is set for a compelling showdown at the Jinnah Stadium. As Pakistan seeks redemption and Jordan aims to build on their recent success, football enthusiasts are poised for an exciting clash on the field.

Denis Hardin

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