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Pakistan superfan living childhood dream after 11,000km travel to watch T20 World Cup

To the supporters of England and Australia, it might have seemed an odd sight. A spectator wearing a Pakistan shirt and waving the green flag of that country, at a fixture between two total unrelated teams.

They might even have thought he had slept there the night before. After all, Pakistan had played Afghanistan the previous night at Dubai International Stadium.

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And, for Mohsin Khan’s part, he would have been forgiven for not knowing what day of the week it was, or what game he was at, anyway.

The 38-year-old Pakistan fan arrived jet-lagged from his home in New Jersey. By the time he heads back stateside, he will have been to 11 T20 World Cup matches in the space of 10 days.

“I’ve had very little sleep, about four hours per day on average,” Mohsin said. “I’ve been meeting friends here who I grew up with, so it has been hectic.”

The fact that he has flown more than 11,000kms to get here for his World Cup odyssey is quite something. Especially given the fact he…

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