September 15, 2018
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Watch Pakistan cricketers meet and shake hands with Dhoni at nets

By Chaitanya Laxman

India Pak cricketers catch up with each other during nets

The Asia Cup begins from 15th September but everyone is eyeing the much-awaited clash between India and Pakistan which is on September 19 and eyes are also on MS Dhoni who will be back in action after a while.

This game is supposed to be a high-voltage drama and fans expect some sparks to fly but it seems that the cricketers from both nations are looking at the brighter side of it and are happy to catch-up with each other.

Atleast this gesture from this Pakistani cricketer indicates this.

Team India was having a net session ahead of the tournament and some distance away from them Pakistan team was also having a training session.

Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik completed the training session and came to India’a camp to meet MS Dhoni.

The Pakistan cricketer shook hands with the former India captain and spoke with him for a while.

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Shoaib Malik has a chat with Dhoni

Dhoni was sitting in the nets relaxing after having some training when Shoaib Malik approached.

The duo then spoke for a while and they also had a laugh.

Watch Shoaib Malik catching up with Dhoni here-

Shoaib Malik says cricketers professional on field, friends off the field

While speaking with a Pakistani newspaper Shoaib Malik said that the cricketers of India and Pakistan are professionals and they want to give their best on the field against each other. And off the field, they like to behave like friends and they take meals together.

He also noted that itis in the benefit of all if both India and Pakistan play a maximum number of matches against each other as it brings entertainment not only for the people of the two countries but also for the rest of the world. It also brings the people of India and Pakistan closer to each other.

And obviously fans reacted to this incident on Twitter.

Chaitanya Laxman