Pakistan legend Javed Miandad reveals when he threw Ravi Shastri in swimming pool

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While their is severe rivalry on the feild between Pakistan and India cricket teams, their are also too many incidents that win hearts and prove that off the feild their is no such thing.

Revealing one such incident former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad on Wednesday recalled the hilarious encounter when both Pakistan cricket team and Indian cricket team played Holi together at a hotel in Bengaluru and he threw current Team India coach Ravi Shastri into swimming pool.

 Speaking on his Youtube channel video, Miandad recalled that the players did not have much to do in the hotel during Pakistan’s tour of India, so they spent their time putting colours on each other and throwing each other in the pool.

“During the Bangalore Test, both the teams were staying in the same hotel. There was not much to do around there. In the evening, we all used to spend time together. It was around Holi season,” Miandad recalled. 

“People started playing Holi in the hotel. I remember we even entered Imran Khan’s room and everyone was putting colours on each other. We did not even leave Indian cricketers. They, of course, had no problems,” he added.

The former right-handed batsman further recalled that he picked up Ravi Shastri from his room and threw him in the swimming pool. “Ravi Shastri was hiding himself. We entered his room, and we picked him up and we threw him in the pool. All of us really enjoyed together,” he said.


Miandad further called it as Pakistan’s best tour and said that everyone should participate in each other’s festivals. “It was Pakistan’s best tour. We were invited everywhere. We all celebrated Holi together. Everyone should participate in each other’s festivals. I don’t see no harm in it,” he said.

“I was always thrown in the water. We were pushing each other in the pool. We used to have so much fun,” he signed off.

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