Team India captain Rohit Sharma praised Hardik Pandya for his all-round show in the Asia Cup 2022 match against Pakistan in Dubai on Sunday (August 28). India beat Pakistan by five wickets in a low-scoring thriller that went into the last over.
Team India captain Rohit Sharma has stated that they are open to try a few things irrespective of what the results are. Rohit was speaking ahead of the Asia Cup 2022 clash against Pakistan in Dubai. Sunday’s meeting between the arch-rivals will be the first game for India against Pakistan since T20 World Cup loss at the same venue last year.
Pakistan head coach Saqlain Mushtaq has asserted that the team’s pace attack is good enough to deliver the goods in the Asia Cup 2022 even in the absence of lead bowler Shaheen Afridi. 22-year-old Afridi has been ruled out of the tournament, owing to an injury in his right knee ligament.
Just a couple of days are left for the Asia Cup 2022 to kick start and ahead of it former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has revealed his preview that includes which team could win the title, whether India may face Pakistan more than once and could Virat Kohli return to form.
Pakistan captain Babar Azam has lamented the team’s batting collapse in the second innings of the Galle Test on Thursday (July 28), which cost them the match. Chasing an improbable 508, Pakistan were well placed to draw the Test at 176 for 2. However, Mohammad Rizwan’s dismissal for 37 triggered a batting collapse, which saw them getting all out for 261. The 246-run defeat meant Pakistan had to settle for a 1-1 draw in the two-match series.
Pakistan captain Babar Azam has opened up on his viral tweet in which he supported Indian batter Virat Kohli, who is going through a very rough patch with the bat. Taking to his official social media handle on Thursday (July 14), Azam shared a picture of himself and Kohli on Twitter and wrote, "this too shall pass". The Pakistan captain’s tweet, which came after Kohli was dismissed for 16 in the second ODI against England at Lord’s, garnered the 27-year-old a lot of prais
Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has lamented that the team’s 2011 World Cup loss to India in the semi-finals in Mohali still haunts him. According to the 46-year-old, although he was deemed unfit, he feels he should have played the match since he had shown enough signs of being ready in the warm-ups.
Pakistan coach Saqlain Mushtaq has asserted that the hosts will push for a result in the final Test against Australia, which begins on Monday, March 21. The first Test between the teams in Rawalpindi ended in a drab draw while Pakistan escaped out of jail in the second Test in Karachi courtesy hundreds from Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan.