Pakistan keen to make a comeback in Kolkata Test    2007-11-29 10:24:01    

Kolkata, Nov 29 : The Pakistan team is known for its capability to bounce back, and is trying hard to stage a comeback in the Kolkata test.
The Pakistan team is known for its capability to bounce back, and is trying hard to stage a comeback in the Kolkata test.

"We will try to make a come back in the series. I haven't been at the ground as yet but I have really liked Kolkata," said Pakistan middle order batsman Misbah ul Haque.

Misbah, Yaseer Hamid and Faizal Iqbal were speaking before making a beeline to a well-known hair saloon to get their hair styled.

They said they came to know about the saloon from their seniors.

Meanwhile, Indian and Pakistani players had a long practice session ahead of the second test match at the Eden Gardens here today.

The Indian team, buoyant with the first Test match win after having bagged One Day International series recently against the Pakistan, sweat it out during the morning.

The second Test of the three match series will be played from November 30 to December 4 at the Eden Gardens.

The Indian team is upbeat and thirsting for a series clinching win after its convincing six-wicket victory at the Delhi's Ferozshah Kotla in Delhi. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI

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