‘He could seriously hurt you but…’: Sunil Gavaskar shares VIRAL pic with Shoaib Akhtar ahead of T20 World Cup

While fans are eagerly waiting for the clash between India and Pakistan in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, former cricketers of the two nations had a special bonding time with each other.

India’s 1983 World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev, batting great Sunil Gavaskar were seen ‘chilling’ with former Pakistan opener Zaheer Abbas and speedster Shoaib Akhtar.

While their photos have already gone VIRAL, Gavaskar took to Instagram and shared a picture with the Rawalpindi Express. However, it was his caption to the story that grabbed everyone’s attention. 

“He could seriously hurt you with the ball but boy, those hands give the best ever shoulder massage!” the photo was captioned.

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Earlier, the fast bowler had shared pictures of him “chilling” with the legends of the game and in the caption, he wrote, “Chilling with the best of the best. The great Zaheer Abbas, Sunil Gavaskar & Kapil Dev. All set for the cricket ka maha muqabla. #Pakistan #India #WorldCup.”

This will be the first time both teams will face each other after India defeated Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales. The arch-rivals have won the T20 WC once each since its inception in 2007. While India won the inaugural edition by defeating Pakistan in the final, the Men in Green roared back two years later when they bagged the title in England.

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