The idea of a possible India versus Pakistan final at the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup excites legendary Australian all-rounder Shane Watson, who said that “everyone would love to see” the arch-rivals in the summit clash.

India and Pakistan made their way into the semi-final of the tournament on a high-stakes final day of Super 12 action on Sunday, which saw South Africa crashing out of the tournament after a loss to the Netherlands.

With Proteas finishing their campaign with five points, India had made their way into the final and they ensured top finish in the group after a strong performance against Zimbabwe. The Pakistan and Bangladesh clash turned into a virtual quarterfinal, with both teams having four points each. It was Pakistan who emerged victorious and finished second on the table with

six points below India.

Rohit Sharma-led Men in Blue will take on England in Adelaide in the second semifinal on November 10, while the first semifinal at Sydney Cricket Ground will feature New Zealand and Pakistan on November 9.

“Everyone would love to see Pakistan and India in the final,” Watson was quoted as saying by ICC on Monday.

“I unfortunately missed that first (Super 12) game at the MCG, as I commentated (during) the game previously between Australia and New Zealand. But from all reports, all the people that went along to that game said it was something very special and the game was obviously an amazing game to watch on TV as well.”

“They played in the T20 World Cup final in 2007 and everyone would love to see it again,” he added.
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