Younis Khan Reveals his Game Plan While Playing Against India
Former Pakistan skipper Younis Khan revealed his game plan while playing against India. The former talisman batsman said he didn’t prepare differently for the matches against arch-rivals. However, the passion and pride to play for the country came naturally to him.
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Meanwhile, India and Pakistan encounters are always high octane. In fact, there is always a lot of pressure on the players when India and Pakistan lock horns. Thus, the players of both the teams want to give their best shot while playing against their biggest nemesis.
Younis Khan wanted to bring his best against India.
“Whenever I came up against India, I didn’t prepare any differently, but the passion and pride came naturally to myself,” he was quoted as saying by PakPassion. “I needed no extra motivation when facing the arch-rivals and it’s a matter of great satisfaction that my record and some of my best performances were against India.
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In fact, the former right-handed batsman revealed he always wanted to perform to the best of his ability while playing against India. Thus, Younis gave his best while playing for Pakistan.
“It didn’t matter whether I did well against any other opponent or not, but I felt that I had to perform well against India. I felt that I had to do well against India to please our fans and well-wishers who had high expectations when playing against our neighbors.”
Younis Khan said he didn’t have any specific plans for the future. However, he always had a goal to serve his country to the fullest.
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“I’ve not really made any specific plans for the future. My only goal really is to serve my country in any way that it needs me to,” he said.
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