India vs Pakistan: The mother of all conflicts and the rivalry that invokes all kinds of passion, the Asia Cup is just 2 days away. The marquee tournament to be played in the United Arab Emirates will start from August 27, 2022. The first will be played between Afghanistan and Sri Lanka, but as of now, the focus is on the clash between India and Pakistan. August 28, 2022 at the Dubai International Stadium. This is the same venue where India locked horns with Pakistan in the ICC T20I World Cup last year, which they eventually lost. The stains may be fresh in the minds of Blue Brigade and now they would like to make a comeback in favor of their arch-rivals Pakistan.
Amidst everything, there is a huge discussion going on the former India captain Virat Kohli Which certainly hasn’t been in a good run. Virat Kohli’s last international century came in November 2019 and since then it looks like he is no longer the same batsman as before. The Indian batsman is completely out of touch and India want him to get back in form and contribute to India’s win. Not only the Asia Cup, but India also have a T20I World Cup to play in Australia later this year.
Team India has landed in the United Arab Emirates and before the match against Australia, the gearing up of Team India has started. The headlines especially focused on Virat and his batting style in the nets. Virat Kohli was seen batting like a beast, the kind of runs he had in the year 2016. Virat was seen hitting the long ball and thrashing his teammates as Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin in the net session.
Meet Virat Kohli Babar Azmi,
Two of the greatest batsmen of our generation. Virat Kohli and Babar Azam may be tough rivals on the field, but there is a tremendous synergy between the two batsmen off the field. A few days back, Babar posted a tweet for Virat Kohli which grabbed everyone’s attention and the Pakistan captain was highly appreciated for his sportsmanship. Babar Azam met Virat Kohli yesterday while Team India was practicing and it was a sight to see two of the greatest players of our generation in the same frame.