Asia Cup 2018: The response to Imam-ul-Haq of Pakistan surprised everyone.

The response to Imam-ul-Haq of Pakistan surprised everyone. Imam-ul-Haq is the nephew of former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq. The biggest battle of Asian teams will be announced with the match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh starting at 5 o’clock on Saturday. Of course, six teams are playing in this tournament, but everyone’s eyes are on the match between India and Pakistan.

To be told the truth, cricket lovers of both countries are waiting for this particular match, and arguably now their wait is going to end. While Pakistani players are making a rhetoric against India, including 22-year-old young opener Imam-ul-Haq.

Imam’s reply surprised

Imam-ul-Haq’s reply surprised everyone by questioning an Indian journalist’s question in the media briefing after Pakistan’s practice match on Friday. Actually, the journalist asked him if your uncle Inzamam-ul-Haq takes a lot of sleep, do you even sleep like him? Imam said, ‘How do you know this, have you slept with them?’

Pakistan will play aggressive cricket

While Imam said on Pakistan’s request in the Asia Cup, “Team India is a strong team. Surely Virat Kohli will not make a difference to him, but despite this, he has a strong batting line-up. Dubai pitch is like our country of India and Pakistan, so we want to play aggressive cricket with positive thinking.

Apart from this, he said on the pressure of India-Pakistan match, “Now our focus is on the first match with Hong Kong. Everybody knows that there is pressure in every match between India and Pakistan, but for me, every match is the same. It is a cricket match and every team has young players who have the ability to change the situation. This is also the best wicket for the World Cup preparations for every team. ‘

Nonetheless, the Asia Cup between India and Pakistan will clash on September 19. While Pakistan will start its Asia Cup campaign against the Hong Kong on 16th September.

Inzamam’s nephews are an imam

Tell you that Imam is the nephew of former Pakistan captain and current chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq. This young man has scored 544 runs in 9 one-day matches at an average of 68, which includes four hundreds of innings. By the way, this young man has played three Tests for Pakistan, in which he scored 137 runs with the highest score of 74.