Rohit Sharma advocates India vs Pakistan encounter

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New Delhi: In the cricket world, fans eagerly wait for the clash between India and Pakistan. The last bilateral series (Test) between the two countries was played in 2006 or 2007. Since then, no Test series has been played due to political tensions between the two countries. Whereas Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma has been advocating a bilateral series between India and Pakistan. He said that it will be a great match and will be very good for Test cricket.

Know what Rohit Sharma said-

Rohit Sharma has said that he would like to play a Test series against Pakistan on foreign or neutral soil. Speaking on the Club Prairie Fire podcast hosted by Adam Gilchrist and Michael Vaughan, Rohit said, “If regular bilateral series start between India and Pakistan, they would love that.” “Pakistan is a good Test team and they have a great bowling line-up. It will be very good competition if we play on foreign soil,” Rohit said.

Rohit is the first big Indian cricketer to speak in this matter. He says that apart from ICC tournaments, both the countries should continue to face each other regularly. He said, “At the end of the day we want to see good cricket and there can be good competition between the two countries. I am talking from a pure cricket point of view and there is nothing wrong with that. I think it will be good.” Competition between the two countries.”

The last bilateral series was held in 2021-2013

The last bilateral series between the two countries was played in 2012-13, when the Pakistani team under the captaincy of Misbah Ul Haq toured India for a three-match ODI series. There has been no Test series between the two countries since 2007. Earlier, there was talk of playing bilateral series between the two countries in neighboring countries like Sri Lanka, Bangladesh or UAE. Recently, the cricket boards of England and Australia had also proposed to host both the countries.


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