IND vs PAK Asia Cup: Pakistan has made many changes in its team for the 2022 Asia Cup. Fast bowler Hasan Ali, senior batsman Shoaib Malik and all-rounder Imad Wasim have been dropped from the team.
The biggest big Kumbh of Asian cricket i.e. Asia Cup has sounded. It will be played in the tournament from 27 August. This time also the format of Asia Cup is T20. A total of six teams will participate in this tournament. However, the craze among the fans more than the Asia Cup is that this time India and Pakistan may clash more than once. Meanwhile, the former Pakistan cricketer has made a big claim.
Former Pakistan cricketer Tauseef Ahmed said in a conversation on a Pakistani TV channel that Pakistan has not made a strong team for the Asia Cup. He also claimed that Pakistan’s focus is on 2-3 matches against India instead of winning the Asia Cup.
Pakistan doesn’t care about Asia Cup: Tauseef Ahmed
The former Pakistan cricketer said, “If you can’t make a good team, then there is no basis for that team.” Some time ago some young players were brought in the team with Saud Shakeel, where are they all now? The players who come to the team in difficult times are not there today. They don’t care about the Asia Cup.
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He further said that we want the Pakistan team to play a great game in the Asia Cup and win the trophy. We thought that Shoaib Malik would also be picked in the team as he is a player who could have come in handy during difficult times.
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Great match will be held on August 28
For your information, let us tell you that the 2022 Asia Cup will be played in the UAE this time. At the same time, the match of the tournament i.e. India and Pakistan is on August 28. The interesting thing is that this time there can be a clash between India and Pakistan thrice in the Asia Cup.
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