Barring hype over ticket sales India versus Pakistan is simply another video game for us: Virat Kohli

India have actually never ever lost to their arch-rivals in either ODI or T20 World Cup video games and Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has said that they are confident of beating their neighbours on October 24.

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October 16, 2021 / 08:47 PM IST

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli India captain Virat Kohli on October 16 played down the”hype” surrounding the high-profile approaching T20 World Cup video game versus Pakistan, stating it’s”just another match for us”despite the unbelievably high need for tickets.India have never ever lost to their arch-rivals in either ODI or T20 World Cup games and Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has stated that they are confident of beating their neighbours on October 24. Kohli however, when asked about the match,

didn’t take the bait to make high claims. “I truthfully never felt so, “Kohli stated when asked if it feels various whenever India satisfies its neighbouring country.” I have simply approached this video game as another game of cricket and I know there is

a lot of buzz around this game, more so with ticket sales and needs of tickets, “the Indian captain, who has had some piece de resistances against Pakistan added.On a lighter note, Kohli stated that he has actually refused a lot of buddies who have actually asked for tickets.” … and today, worth of those tickets are extremely high which’s all I know, my buddies are demanding tickets right left and centre and I am saying,’no’.”Kohli believes that a person needs to be expert and play the video game in the best spirit, like they would do with every match.”

Apart from that, I don’t think we can make anything extra out of this game and for us it’s a video game of cricket that needs to be played in best spirit, in the way we know we can,”he stated. “Yes, the environment you can say is various from outdoors and from fans ‘perspective, absolutely more enjoyment in the air however from a gamers ‘viewpoint, we try to remain as expert as we can and always approach the game in the most normal method possible,”the Indian skipper said.