Aaron Finch stated he can’t wait to retire and see an India-Pakistan game live at the stadium, despite the fact that the Finch-led Aussie are the defending champions and one among the favorites to win the championship this year.
He said this while discussing the thrilling game between the two Asian rivals, which India won on the very last ball.
Connected so deeply with cricket, he surely does not want to miss upon the rivalry of India and Pakistan even after retiring. Finch certainly has some relishing plans for his retirement phase!
I Thought the India-Pakistan Game Was Fantastic – Aaron Finch
“Whatever the outcome, I thought the India-Pakistan game was fantastic. In reality, I was tensely sitting at home! I was anxious during the build-up watching that because I am aware of the significance of the match“.
“I look forward to the day when I can retire and travel to watch an India-Pakistan match live,” Finch made this statement to Melinda Farrell on her YouTube channel.
It’s rather unusual, yes, he said, “I was sitting on the couch in my hotel room and I was apprehensive in the build-up.”
Finch Is Too Impressed With Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli played one of his finest innings during the game. He scored an unbeaten 82 to help his team win after they were struggling at 31/4 while chasing 160. Kohli’s brilliance wowed Finch as well.
“It was a Virat Kohli masterclass, that’s what it was! Even though there were still three overs left, you always had the impression that if you were still there. You would be aware of the amount of pressure he exerts on the opposition just by being present. “As Finch said
On Friday at the MCG, Australia and England will engage in yet another storied cricket rivalry. Rain, however, has forced a postponement of the game. Australia was defeated by New Zealand in the opening game but triumphed by seven wickets over Sri Lanka in the following match.
Tough Semi-Finals Road for Australia
Today’s match was yet another one that washed out. Making rain the Super 12 group’s 13th player who goes unnoticed and causes problems for other teams. Australia, the defending champion, was scheduled to play England. But the rain interfered, and the game was called off before a ball was bowled.
At the renowned Melbourne Cricket Ground, two scheduled matches were postponed. The road ahead will be difficult for teams because all four teams—including Afghanistan and Ireland—will receive one point each. Four teams in Group 1 now have three points each, with the net run rate making the biggest difference. In the Super 12, Australia continues to have the lowest NRR.