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India-Pakistan players Comments: Defending champions led by Rohit Sharma India has qualified for the Super 4 round of the Asia Cup 2022 in the UAE after winning both league matches against arch-rivals Pakistan and Hong Kong. There is a great deal of anticipation for the next match, which will take place between India and Pakistan on September 4 in Dubai. The game will be tense because these two nearby teams will play cricket not for sport but for honour and to win.

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Asia-Cup-Tickets-Packages-and-Pass

As a result, matches between these two arch-rivals have a special value and passion, and the players from both teams will not hesitate to go to any length, from fighting on and off the field to engaging in hand-to-hand combat, to win. So let’s look at the five most interesting moments from the India-Pakistan matchups, off-field interviews, and social media clashes.

Pakistan spinners are not good

Sehwag

Virender Sehwag, India’s star action former opener, always performs twice as well against Pakistan. In that situation, he posted an ad on Twitter in 2019 focusing on a table chair that has been in operation for 60 years. But, as usual, he jokingly posted that it had lasted 60 years.

Another Indian player who has experienced it, Harbhajan Singh, has amassed a remarkable average of 91 against the Pakistani spinners. He also teased Pakistan, saying that all of the world’s spin bowlers are not Pakistanis.

Harbhajan prediction went wrong

Harbhajan Singh, a former Indian cricketer who threw up his collar and predicted that India would win the T20 World Cup in Dubai last year, predicted that India would easily defeat Pakistan before the opponent. However, after Pakistan unexpectedly defeated India by 10 wickets, Shoaib Akhtar posted a separate video to deliberately annoy the underrated Harbhajan Singh, saying, “Harbhajan Singh, do you want to walk or not?”

“Harbhajan Singh, do you want to walk or not?”

Shoaib Akthar

Akash Chopra and his speeches

Former Indian cricketer Akash Chopra was modest on the field, but as a commentator, many fans dislike him because he talks too much. In this manner, he had spoken about Venkatesh Iyer, who played an important role in the second part of the 2021 IPL series to reach the Kolkata finals even after the IPL had ended.

So, now that the IPL is over, a die-hard Pakistani fan begged to stop talking about the World Cup. “India has defeated Pakistan five times in the T20 World Cup,” Akash Chopra responded. Is all this World Cup talk enough?” shot back.

Sehwag in television interview

We cannot forget Sachin, who helped India win the 2003 World Cup despite missing a century and bowled bowlers like Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, and Shoaib Akhtar after the country separated from India and became Pakistan. In a later television interview, Virender Sehwag told Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan that he had told Pakistan’s Shoaib Akhtar, who had started with him as an opener, “Tell this to your father (Sachin) who is not talking to me and he will hit a hook shot.”

Baap Baap Hota Hai Beta Beta Hota hai

Virendra Sehwag
Baap Baap Hota Hai Beta Beta Hota hai
Baap Baap Hota Hai Beta Beta Hota hai

When Sachin Tendulkar hit Shoaib Akhtar’s unforgettable six for a six in the next few balls, Virender Sehwag said on the same stage that he responded to Akhtar by saying, “A father is always a father, a son is always a son.” In a recent interview, Shoaib Akhtar stated that Virender Sehwag did not say that, and that if he had, he would have beaten him on the spot.

Rashid Latif funny comments about Virat

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Virat-Kohli-can-never-be-like-Suryakumar-Yadav

Latest Funny Comments By Rashi Latif about the King Kohli put all the fans in angry. “In fact, strike rate is important for T20 cricket, but even if Virat Kohli has a batting average of 50, he will not be able to become a match winner like Suryakumar Yadav or Rohit Sharma in T20 cricket”, says Rashid Latif.

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