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Only cricket can revive India-Pakistan relations – sportsman
11:33, 07 March 2014, 754

AKIPRESS.COM - cricket Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has called for the revival of cricketing ties between India and Pakistan, Rediff news resource reported today.

He stressed the game can bring improvement in the relations between the two countries.

“The way I enjoyed my cricket in India, I never enjoyed anywhere else. We are after all neighbors. The relations should be good between us,” the sportsman added.

Pakistan has always supported India at every step. Despite threats, Pakistan has always toured India. “I think cricket can only revive India-Pakistan relations. Sport brings friendship,” Shahid Afridi highlighted.

On March 1, he had won for Pakistan against India in a match between the two countries in the Asia Cup.


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