Before India's campaign kicks off at the Over 50s World Cup, captain Shailendra Singh, in an exclusive chat with Crictracker, opened up about several things including his ambitions and motivation behind donning the India national cricket team's jersey. Singh also revealed that he always wanted to play for Team India.
India won't be playing any match today but Shailendra Singh and his men will initiate their Over 50s World Cup pursuit against England on 11 March. India's next match in the Over 50s World Cup will be the much-awaited India vs Pakistan encounter.
Following the footsteps of MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli, Singh will also be determined to bring lead his side from the front in the tournament. The Indian skipper also opened up about India-Pakistan rivalry and the pressure involved in the encounter. No one can forget that epic India-Pakistan encounter in the T20 World Cup 2007 when Dhoni and his young brigade toppled Pakistan to lift the trophy. Furthermore, Singh also revealed Kapil Dev being his role model. The Indian team will be aiming to bask in glory and recreate the 1983 and 2011 moment by lifting the Over 50s World Cup trophy.
The Over 50s World Cup will end with the final being on March 24. Every Indian fan awaits for the Indian cricket team to shine in their upcoming matches in the Overs 50s World Cup.
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