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Rohit Sharma holds out hope about a Pakistan-India final in Asia Cup 2022

Sep 7, 2022

After a six-wicket rout against Sri Lanka in a vital match of the Super Four phase of the Asia Cup, it was pretty much affirmed there won’t be another Pakistan versus India game in Asia Cup 2022, yet Indian commander Rohit Sharma is as yet confident of a Pakistan-India conflict in the last.

“You can definitely relax, there will be one more conflict among Pakistan and India in the last of the Asia Cup,” said Indian commander Rohit Sharma during a post-match question and answer session subsequent to losing a match against Srilanka.

While responding to the side’s second back to back overcome in the competition, the Indian chief said all players were capable and that is the reason they were playing the Asia Cup.
“In spite of the loss, we are attempting to keep the changing area climate great,” he added.

Answering the contention encompassing Arshdeep Singh’s catch drop in the match against India, Sharma said he was disturbed after it. “We don’t see online entertainment and are as yet confident of a triumph.”

India near Asia Cup exit after Sri Lanka rout
On Tuesday, Sri Lanka delivered a great show pursue to down India to six wickets and leave their adversaries gazing at an early exit from the Asia Cup.

On the off chance that Pakistan beats Afghanistan on Wednesday, they will confront Sri Lanka in Sunday’s conclusive and take out main opponents India simultaneously.