Inzamam-ul-Haq recalled the old days, saying – India-Pakistan series more followed than Ashes

Whenever India and Pakistan teams get on the field against each other, excitement is at their peak. Many cricket fans love to enjoy every ball of the match between these two countries. A few years ago, a lot of cricket was played between these two teams. However, due to the deteriorating political relationship between India and Pakistan, the two teams now face each other only in ICC tournaments. Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq recalls the days when cricket and cricket were played between India and Pakistan. Injamam said the India-Pakistan series was more followed than the Ashes.

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While interacting with Sports Star, the former Pakistan captain said, ‘India-Pakistan series was more followed than Ashes. People enjoy every moment of the Ashes. From a game and player perspective, the Asia Cup and the bilateral series should be played between India and Pakistan. Any kind of competition is necessary. In our time, the top teams were competing in the Asia Cup. The more you play high-level cricket, the more your skills increase.

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‘For example, if cricket is played between India and Pakistan, the players are very curious and try to give their best, because they understand the importance and intensity of these matches. This not only helps the player to move forward, but also helps the fans appreciate him. I mean, these tournaments are a must. Many memorable matches have been played between India and Pakistan under the leadership of Inzamam. The last bilateral series between the two teams was played in 2012-13.

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