Everyone Gets Personal When It Comes To India Versus Pakistan: Yuvraj Singh
India-Pakistan cricket match always becomes the high voltage match, which always has a lot of emotions on and off the field. The fans of both countries react widely during these matches and the game results lead their perceptions to the players, at least for the short time. The former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has recently requested to the Indians and Pakistanis to show more patience towards their players during these matches.
India-Pakistan cricket match is always a special match in international cricket. Whether it is a crucial match in a tournament or a warm-up game of any pre-tournament or an exhibition match, both the fans remain highly energetic during this match.
If the players perform well, the fans highly praise them. Meanwhile, if a player disappoints with his performances during this kind of high-profile match, the fans hugely slam the player and sometimes even demand the immediate exit of the player from the team. We also experience similar kinds of high emotions among the India-Pakistan cricket fans according to the result.
Everybody is giving 100% & only one team is going to win: Yuvraj Singh
The legendary Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh feels that everyone gets personal during the match between India and Pakistan. However, he has given the fact that only one team can win the match despite every player give their full effort on the field. Yuvraj believes that both countries’ people need to provide more patience towards their players as all the players deserve this from their fans.
According to PakPassion, Yuvraj said, “Everyone gets personal when it comes to India versus Pakistan but the point is you have to think about the players. Everybody is giving 100% & only one team is going to win. People from both countries need to have more patience towards their players.”
Yuvraj Singh "Everyone gets personal when it comes to India versus Pakistan but the point is you have to think about the players. Everybody is giving 100% & only one team is going to win. People from both countries need to have more patience towards their players" #Cricket
— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) April 10, 2020
Due to the political tensions between the two countries, India-Pakistan doesn’t play the bilateral series since January 2013. However, last time they played a Test match in December 2007. Since early 2013, India and Pakistan now only meet in the ICC or ACC tournaments.
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