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Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq confident about Pakistan winning the ICC Champions trophy 2017
We are all aware of the fact how the mercury rises when it comes to a cricket match between two arch rivals in the game of cricket - India and Pakistan.

With the ICC Champions Trophy around the corner and an India-Pakistan match being in the schedule, the hype associated with the match is always going to be sky rocketing.

Pakistan, however, has had a reputation of not being able to beat the Indian side in any of the world cup tournaments so far.

But, this is Champions Trophy and India has suffered defeats at the hands of Pakistan in the tournament in the past.

Remembering the time when Inzamam's team had beaten Team India at Edgbaston way back in 2004, he said that his team can repeat the same.

"we can win again," he said on Thursday.

However, Inzamam said that their primary focus of going to England was not to beat India, but to win the trophy.

"We are not going to England just to beat India but our prime target is to win the championship," Inzamam was quoted as saying by The Dawn newspaper.

The clash between the titans is scheduled on 4th of June at Edgbaston in Birmingham. The stakes are high and it would be a thrilling competition to say the least.

Pakistan have recently completed a Test series win over the West Indies in the Caribbean which also marked the end of the career for their captain Misbah-ul-Haq, on a high note. Inzamam believes that the win was a big morale booster and would help Pakistan in performing well in the Champions Trophy.

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