T20 WC Versus PAK Will Be in ‘High-Intensity’: Bhuvneshwar

India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup Clash
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Considering the COVID outbreak situations as a priority, the T20 World Cup-2021 was moved from India. On Friday, July 16, the drawings for the event, which will be held in the UAE and Oman from October 17 until November 14, were released. The news that India and Pakistan have been drawn in the same group already has excited cricket fans. However, Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has stated that the squad is not planning ahead. let’s look at India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup Clash.

India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup Clash

The India-Pakistan match is always a high-profile match that attracts huge attention. Due to political difficulties, the two countries do not play any bilateral series, thus their matches in the ICC are keenly awaited. However, it is very essential for the players to know more and focus on what is going on in the present playing situations. Though it seems great, Bhuvneshwar Kumar stated that the current team is now focused on the cricket that will be played prior to the T20 World Cup.

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“Look, it is always exciting to play against Pakistan and it is always a pressure match, so of course it is going to be, you know, a high-intensity match. But to be honest, we haven’t really thought about it, how it is going to be because we have got a lot of cricket left, we have got matches in Sri Lanka, of course, Test matches in England and then IPL and then World Cup. But once of course, the IPL gets over, we will start thinking about that (World Cup).” Bhuvneshwar Kumar said at a virtual press conference.

The experience that some players carry beneath their belts is often useful for the team in these high-pressure situations. Since they have experienced these difficulties before, they can fearlessly take up the upcoming circumstances. Gautam Gambhir, who participated in numerous meetings between India and Pakistan stated that the skilled professionals on one side have an important role to play in the T20 World Cup.

“It is the responsibility of the senior guys to probably keep the younger guys calm because ultimately it’s not the emotion that will win you a game of cricket, it is the contest between the bat and the ball that will end up winning you a game of cricket. So people like Virat Kohli for example, or Rohit Sharma will have a huge responsibility when Indian takes on Pakistan,” Gambhir said on Star Sports’ show ‘ICC T20 World Cup Special’

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