New Delhi: As we know that India vs Pakistan is the biggest and most sensational cricketing rivalry, even both teams meetings share much attraction than the Ashes. From the decades as the two nations shared bitter political relations an uproar always occur so, the contest on the field becomes a must-watch contest.
However, sharing all the ' bad blood' enmity, there have been some touching gestures by the India- Pak players has been always talk of the town which shows that despite differences there is a mutual respect as well.
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar who is an absolute batting icon from India while Inzamam Ul Haq one of the legendary batsmen from Pakistan in their prime moments.
Recently Tendulkar quoted by What The Duck YouTube show where Inzamam's gesture won master blaster's heart as saying, "We had a practice session in Lahore & before we began Inzi (Inzamam) brought his son to me and said 'He's a big fan and wants to meet you'. With the rivalry we had & Inzi was Pakistan captain, to say something like this to a player from the other team takes a lot".
Although the date is not mentioned and it’s not clear but it seems around the time when India and Pakistan played bilateral series from 2004-2006.
On a related note Inzamam Ul Haq, former Pakistan cricket team captain, retired in 2007 and currently is Chief selector of Pakistan Cricket Board while Sachin, on the other hand, retired in 2013 and is not actively part of any cricket activity but is now seen more in motivator's role for his previous IPL franchise Mumbai Indians.