India, Pakistan resume rivalry on football pitch
In what will be a curtain-raiser to the upcoming Asian Games, India and Pakistan resume their rivalry on the football pitch as they lock horns in the first of two friendly matches here tomorrow, bringing to an ..
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Battered and bruised in the last two matches, it will be a test of character for India's underperforming players as they go into the fifth and final Test against England ..