For the benefit of the Asia Cup, India will face Pakistan again in a gap of just six days. And the Pakistan-India conflict means the 16-year conflict. Pakistan-India defeat means stoppage of cricket, Pakistan-India fight means change of weather, Pakistan-India face-off means increasing instability, Pakistan-India field means mystery sphere.
The Pakistan-India rivalry is shrouded in mystery and excitement. The border conflict returns to the cricket field. It is not a game for the sake of playing, but the game is the identity of fighting. The fight is about honor, history, tradition; The fight is about doctrine, differences and conflicts of faith. No one talks to anyone else, they make eye contact. Off the field though, it’s a different story, just as arrogant as the bat-ball.
However, the smoke spread again today between Pakistan and India in the heart of the desert The blue-green will fight again to anchor in the final port on the Arabian Sea. Although Pakistan are now painted blue in pain, six days ago they lost to India on the same ground. Even though he fought and lost, still a loss is a loss.
However, Rohit Bahini may have understood that he will not talk about leaving Pakistan. Like a wounded tiger, the Pakistanis are ferocious, maddened to catch their prey. Hong Kong is well aware of how aggressive it is. A team that fought hard against India, was bowled out for just 38 runs by the ferocious Pakistanis. As a result, it is clear that the water will be very cloudy.
But will India leave? Surya Kumaras are ready to spread the heat. The Pakistanis will burn in the heat. Hardik Pandya may also be ready, again facing his prey. But Kohli, the old hunter, may be a little too happy, Pakistan means that his bat laughs. That is, the fight will be Seyane-Seyane.
The statistics, however, are more blue-tinged, showing 10 wins eight times. Still, Pakistan is in uncertainty. It is a big responsibility to say what happened when. However, beyond winning and losing, Pakistan-India fans have only one goal, purpose, and desire. Let the match freeze, let it run with each other’s feet, let’s fight with eye to eye and let cricket win in the end.