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Twitter battle heats up ahead of Indo-Pak Asia Cup contest

New Delhi, Aug 23, (Fast Mail News):-- We are just a week away from the iconic contest of two of cricket’s biggest arch-rivals, India and Pakistan, and the words have already started flying high. Before the war unravels on the 22-yards, the build-up makes it even more special.

 

Pakistan was depleted of their primary fast bowler, Shaheen Afridi and that made Waqar Younis take to Twitter to express what would it signify for Team India.

 

He was obviously referring to the T20I World Cup opener where Sharma was bowled for a duck by Afridi.

 

 

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