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For many cricket fans, India Vs Pakistan match is important than world cup: Shoaib Akhtar

For many cricket fans, India Vs Pakistan match is important than world cup: Shoaib Akhtar
Everybody should agree that India Vs Pakistan match is the most interesting and important for fans of both nations. Yes, match tickets were sold out in 20 minutes after the start of the sale and no other team in world will be under pressure as the two team face on that day of match with 1.3 billion cricket-crazy fans watching the contest ball by ball. “Many of their fans would not bother their team quiting out from the World Cup early, if they beat their opponent, this rivalry assuming the concept of serious sport minus war minus shooting. For many fans, it's bigger than World Cup," said former Pakistan bowler Shoaib Akhtar. Both the teams played five times earlier in the world cup tournaments and Indian won all five matches. In, cricket world cup 2015, both the teams will begin their campaigns with India-Pakistan clash on February 15.

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