Amit Shah Says No Bilateral Cricket Series With Pakistan

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah on Saturday categorically stated that India and Pakistan will not feature in any bilateral cricket series but would continue to participate in worldwide tournaments.

"We were so good in all aspects of our game today, but the best part was our attacking", said Canada goalkeeper David Carter.

Imran went on to say that India's strength is playing spin and that Pakistan should rely on their strength which is their bowling.

Aamir has, quite often in the past, got into trouble with his controversial comments but his tirade against Sarfraz was a freakish one as he seemed to personally attack the skipper of the Pakistan side.

"The idea will be to stick to the plans which the coach draws up before the matches against both (Canada and Pakistan) teams". So, getting a win, and an impressive one at that, will be vital.

A "pep-talk" by chief coach Roelant Oltmans during the 10-minute break at half-time changed the course of the match and Ramandeep Singh (31st, 34th), Akashdeep Singh (40th) and Harmanpreet Singh (42nd) struck in quick time to turn the game around. "They should not be flying too high on their success at the moment because we know that they've been "brought" to this position".

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"No one gave us a hope when we got here".

Meanwhile, Scotland have received two off-field boosts.

After the mini scare against Scotland, India can not afford to take any side lightly even if Canada is ranked 11th in the world as against India's sixth. Why not rest these players and send a younger squad to play the #9 ranked team in the ICC ODI rankings?

"If asked, I will say that the prayers of the fans and God has won them the games".

Canada claimed a superb 6-0 win over Pakistan on day two of the men's Hockey World League (HWL) semi-final in London.

"We play with no pressure", Ramandeep added.

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