Pakistan and India are two gifted teams which gave the cricketing world many iconic memories. Engaging in a plethora of mouth-watering clashes, the two units have swelled the charm of an already celebrated rivalry. However, these contest also provided us with many fun moments which will be remembered for a long period of time.
Recently, Indian captain Virat Kohli opened up about his funniest memory of featuring against Pakistan. The Delhi born revealed that during the 2011 World Cup semi-final at Mohali, Pakistan’s captain Shahid Afridi and Wahab Riaz shared a conversation which he heard from the non-striker end. Virat refused to share the words but added that it was quite funny.
“There have been many funny moments. I can’t explain the incident properly, but it happened during the World Cup, and in Mohali there was a little incident which I saw from the opposition side which I can’t really elaborate here. That included Wahab Riaz and Shahid Afridi as I heard their conversation from non-striker end,” said by India’s run machine.