When it comes to cricket, no rivalry can match India-Pakistan. When the two nations play each other in ICC tournaments, the entire cricket world is on the edge of their seats to see who wins the much-awaited encounter. Nowadays, the two nations play only in ICC tournaments, owing to the political tension between them. Still, fans always hopeful for a bilateral series between them, which adds extra spice to the sport. Read more - Tabraiz Shamsi reveals the first person who had faith in him
Just like other cricket fans, former England captain Kevin Pietersen is also fond of an India-Pakistan series. The right-handed batsman recently took to Twitter to express his excitement. He feels that it will be a dream come true for any cricket enthusiast to see the two cricketing giants clash against each other.
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Recently, former Pakistan's World Cup winning captain and Prime Minister Imran Khan had revealed that he had tested positive for COVID-19. To wish him a speedy recovery, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi had tweeted, "Best wishes to Prime Minister @ImranKhanPTI for a speedy recovery from COVID-19."
Spring has certainly sprung and the weather over the next few weeks looks AMAZING!
Who’s playing golf on Monday? ????????‍??
Where you playing & what time?
I’m at Wentworth EARLY!
— Kevin Pietersen???? (@KP24) March 25, 2021
Quoting this tweet, Kevin Pietersen wrote: "This tweet by @narendramodi to @ImranKhanPTI made me smile! It would be a dream come true, to see India & Pak reunited and engaging both on & off the field! We all need each other & this year has shown us that! Let’s all hope a healthy friendship is on its way!"
The last time these two nations clashed in a bilateral series was in 2012-13 when Pakistan toured India for a limted-overs series. Ever since then, they have been playing together in Asia Cup and ICC tournaments.