Kohli just isn’t nervous forward of India-Pakistan T20 World Cup match

Kohli just isn’t nervous forward of India-Pakistan T20 World Cup match

India and Pakistan lock horns Sunday within the T20 World Cup

Web Desk

October 21, 2021

Indian skipper Virat Kohli during a press conference. Photo: AFP
Indian skipper Virat Kohli throughout a press convention. Photo: AFP

Indian skipper Virat Kohli has mentioned that he’s not nervous forward of India’s blockbuster conflict in opposition to Pakistan, scheduled to be held this Sunday in Dubai. 

Cricket legends from each side of the border, analysts and pundits have all the time mentioned that whichever facet absorbs stress higher throughout an India-Pakistan match, finally ends up profitable it.

Indian skipper Kohli took to Twitter to state he isn’t nervous heading into India’s opening match in opposition to Pakistan.

In a tweet selling the Indian clothes model Wrogn, Kohli tweeted:

“People: Big match on Sunday. You’re nervous, right?


The Indian captain used the title of the model, wrogn, as if he was saying “wrong” and social media customers had been fast to note.

‘Just one other recreation of cricket’ for Kohli

A couple of days earlier, the Indian skipper remained unmoved by all of the hype surrounding the India-Pakistan World Cup conflict.

“I have always approached this game as just another game of cricket,” he mentioned.

Commenting on the costly tickets for the match, the Indian skipper acknowledged that the hype created for this explicit match was a large one.

The Babar Azam-led Pakistan squad beat West Indies by seven wickets via an all-out staff effort of their warm-up match for the ICC T20 World Cup in Dubai on Monday.

However, Pakistan misplaced to South Africa Wednesday in a match that went right down to the final ball. Pakistani openers Rizwan and skipper Babar Azam each failed to attain impressively within the match.

However, Fakhar Zaman and Asif Ali pitched in with helpful contributions.

India, however, have received each their warm-up matches in opposition to England and Australia, convincingly.