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Sunday, October 17, 2021

T20 World Cup: Captain Virat Kohli said about the India-Pakistan great match – like the rest of the matches for us

The T20 World Cup 2021 is going to start from October 17 on the soil of UAE and Oman. Virat Kohli's army has to take the field against arch-rivals Pakistan in their very first match. These days there is a discussion about this high-voltage match everywhere. Everyone is eagerly waiting for this match and the atmosphere has started building about it. But, skipper Virat Kohli has made it clear that for him the India-Pakistan match is just like a normal cricket match and he will try to play it in the right spirit.

Asked at a press conference ahead of the start of the T20 World Cup if he found the India-Pakistan match any different, he said, "I have never felt that way. I feel it just like other matches. I know there is a lot of hype about this match especially the demand and sale of tickets. For us it is only a match of cricket which should be played in the right spirit which we will play. The atmosphere may look different from outside or from the point of view of the spectators but the players' point of view remains professional. We take every match like a normal match.

Teams of India and Pakistan have faced each other 5 times in the T20 world, but the neighboring country has not been able to win even once. Pakistan has not been able to register a single win in 7 matches played in the 50-over World Cup as well. Recently, Pakistan captain Babar Azam had said that this time his team will be successful in defeating India and he is well aware of the conditions in the UAE. The T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan is to be played in Dubai on 24 October.