MUMBAI - Among 5,000 supporters from his country, Shahid Afridi may be looking for his strong admirer in Mohali, where his Pakistani team is scheduled to play a high voltage semi-final match against India on Wednesday. Chaudhry Abdul Jalil known as 'Chacha Cricket is one of the Pakistan's most ardent and famous cricket mascots and fans. 'Chacha Cricket, literally means 'Uncle Cricket, had made his recent base in Colombo, where Pakistan team played most of its World Cup matches. Speaking over his mobile from Colombo, he said: "Yes, hopefully I shall be in Mohali on the morning of the match. This is of course subject to getting of my India visa". "I hoped the Pakistan to play its semi-final in Sri Lanka but as it has been decided now that we would be facing Dhoni and Tendulkar, I am flying out of Sri Lanka on Friday and on reaching Pakistan, I hope to apply for my fresh visa". "I have been to India on three occasions in the past and therefore see no problem in coming over". Chacha Cricket is regularly seen as a spectator at cricket matches involving Pakistan. He is easily recognized by his white beard, his full green shalwar kameez dress and his white cap decorated with a sequined star and crescent moon. He is always armed with a Pakistani flag and initiates many crowd chants. While his support for Pakistan is very strong, he remains good-natured and is also a popular figure amongst opposition fans such as England's Barmy Army. "Yes, Sachin is my favourite and I met him in the past. I know he is on the verge of his 100th ton," he said. His World Cup trip to Sri Lanka was sponsored by Coca Cola and UAE-based Indian, Dr BR Shetty. "I am also being well looked after by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)," Chacha claimed.