Long-simmering rivalries on and off the pitch divided India and Pakistan once more at the World Cup, but a cricket show run by Pakistani greats of the game has won fans across the border.
The 1992 champions failed to make the semifinals of the show-piece event in India, finishing their campaign with their fifth defeat in nine matches.
“India looks unstoppable and it will take something extraordinary to beat them,” Akram told A Sports.
Pakistan bowling great Wasim Akram heaped praises on the lethal Indian pace attack, dubbing them the best in the world right now
"Looks like these guys are eating eight kilos of mutton every day. Should there not be tests," Akram vented after the match on A Sports.
“What a waste of opportunity on a great batting wicket. Disappointed. Very disappointed," said former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar on X, formerly Twitter.
Former Pakistan captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram named a total of six Indian players along with five Pakistan cricketers in his all-time combined Indo-Pak eleven.
Former Pakistan captain and bowling legend Wasim Akram deemed India’s home series against Australia as unnecessary, saying that it was important to keep players fresh ahead of the World Cup.
Former Pakistan captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram said on Sunday the upcoming Asia Cup will test the readiness of subcontinental bowlers for 50-over cricket ahead of the ODI World Cup, but he refused to pick any favourites for the tournament