The World Cup is now less than two months away and with each passing day, while the excitement of the fans is increasing, the rhetoric of former and current players has also started.
Before participating in the World Cup, the Pakistan team will play a few ODI series as well as participate in the Asia Cup in which arch-rivals India will also participate.
Recently, during an event in India, Indian team captain Rohit Sharma was asked who do you think is the toughest bowler in the Pakistani team.
To this question, Rohit Sharma replied after a short pause that all are good bowlers, I will not name anyone else there will be huge controversies.
He said that if you name one, the other will not like it, if you name the second, then the third will not like it, then all are good players.
On this occasion, Rohit’s wife Ritika was also sitting in front of the audience and she along with the fans burst out laughing at her husband’s answer.
This year, including Asia Cup and ODI World Cup, three to four ODI matches are likely to be played between Pakistan and India.
In the Asia Cup hosted by Pakistan in Sri Lanka, the Pakistani team will face their traditional rivals on September 2, after which the next match between the two teams will be played on September 10 in the next phase of the event.
If both the teams reach the final of the Asia Cup, then the cricket fans will again enjoy the sensational final match between Pakistan and India after a long time.
After that, the next match between Pakistan and India will be played on October 14 at the world’s largest Narendra Modi Stadium in the World Cup in India.
It should be remembered that recently, Pakistan had decided to send its team to India to participate in the World Cup.
In a statement issued by the Foreign Office, it was said that Pakistan has consistently said that sports should not be mixed with politics and that is why Pakistan has decided to send its cricket team to India to participate in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. What is it.
However, the Foreign Office had expressed deep concern regarding the security of the Pakistan team in India and said that we are conveying our concerns to the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Indian authorities.
He had hoped that complete security would be ensured for the Pakistan cricket team during its visit to India.