(MENAFN – Khaleej Times)
Posted: Mon Aug 29 2022, 9:41 PM
Former India captain Virat Kohli gifted a signed India shirt to Pakistani point guard Haris Rauf on Sunday after the Men in Blue recorded a thrilling five-wicket win over the Men in Green.
The crucial partnership between Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya helped India defeat Pakistan in the second leg of the Asian Cup at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday.
In a video shared on social networks by BCCI, Kohli is seen offering an Indian jersey to the Pakistani leader.
“The game may be over, but moments like these shine. A heartwarming gesture from @imVkohli as he hands over a signed shirt to Pakistani Haris Rauf after the #INDvPAK game,’ BCCI wrote in the caption.
Sana Mir praises Fakhar Zaman
Meanwhile, former Pakistan women’s team captain Sana Mir has praised compatriot and top batsman Fakhar Zaman for returning to the clubhouse after snatching the ball from wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik during the clue clash. high octane Sunday.
‘Hats off to @FakharZamanLive for walking away after a gash in a loud stadium when no one heard him. How many would do that especially in such a prestigious game? #PakVsInd #AsiaCup2022,” Sana tweeted.
In the fifth ball of the fifth innings of Pakistan innings played by point guard Avesh Khan, Zaman was beaten by the extra rebound.
Zaman had a slim advantage and it went straight into Karthik’s hands.
However, the nickname was extremely faint and inaudible in the middle of a loud crowd. The Indian players showed no enthusiasm and no one even called for the referee.
Zaman started to walk away, knowing he was caught behind and this prompted the referee to raise his finger, to the surprise of the Indian viewers and players.
The southpaw was back in the clubhouse for 10 out of six balls.
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