Pakistan legend Javed Miandad doesn’t think the PCB should send its team to India for ODI World Cup 2023 unless the BCCI sends its team to Pakistan.
Traipsing great Javed Miandad spewed fresh venom at India, saying Pakistan shouldn’t travel to the neighbouring country for matches, including this time’s ICC ODI World Cup, until the BCCI agrees to shoot its platoon to his nation first. As per the draft schedule prepared by the ICC, Pakistan are listed to play India in the blockbuster World Cup clash at the Narendra Modi colosseum in Ahmedabad on October 15. But the 66- time-old former captain feels it’s now India’s time to repay by traveling Pakistan.
“Pakistan has been to India in 2012 and indeed in 2016 now it’s the turn of the Indians to come then,” Miandad said.
Still, indeed the World Cup,” If I had to make a decision I would no way go to India to play any match. We’re always ready to play them( India) but they no way respond in the same manner.
“Pakistan justice is bigger, we are still producing quality players. So I do not suppose indeed if we do not go to India it’ll make any difference to us,” he added.
India last visited Pakistan in 2008 for the 50- over Asia Cup. Since also bilateral justice ties were suspended due to long- standing geo- political pressures between the two nations. Miandad feels sports not be mixed with politics.
“I always say one can not choose its neighbours, so it’s better to live by cooperating with each other. And I’ve always said justice is a sport which brings people closer to each other and can remove misconstructions and grievances between countries,” he said.
Miandad’s fresh attack came after Pakistan were forced to host the forthcoming Asia Cup in a mongrel model with India playing all their matches in Sri Lanka.
This decision did not go down well with Miandad, a oral critic of India.
“It was on the cards that they would again not shoot their platoon to Pakistan for the Asia Cup so it’s time we also take a strong stage now,” he said.
The contest between India and Pakistan is one of the most engaging bones in the history of justice. The two sides will meet in a World Cup game, listed to be played latterly this time in India. Ahead of the high- voltage World Cup clash, the implicit venue of the institution has appeared to be a serious bone of contention. Former Pakistan commander Javed Miandad has now opened up on the important- talked- about matter. Lashing out at the neighboring nation, Miandad stated that he’d no way go to India to play any match. According to the draft schedule prepared by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the titillating India- Pakistan match will take place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
“Pakistan has been to India in 2012 and indeed in 2016 now it’s the turn of the Indians to come here. However, indeed the World Cup, If I had to make a decision I would no way go to India to play any match. We’re always ready to play them (India) but they no way respond in the same manner. Pakistan justice is bigger, we’re still producing quality players. So I don’t suppose indeed if we don’t go to India it’ll make any difference to us, ” Javed Miandad was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.
Team India last visited Pakistan in 2008 to share in the 50- over Asia Cup. The last bilateral series between India and Pakistan happed in 2012- 2013. Pakistan had voyaged India for two T20Is and three ODI games at that point in time. In World Cup, the two brigades had last faced in 2019. Virat Kohli’s men had won that rain- elided affair by 89 runs (D/ L system).
Javed Miandad’s fresh bombardment at India comes just days after the Asian Cricket Council( ACC) blazoned that the coming edition of the Asia Cup will be held in a mongrel model. While India will be playing all their Asia Cup matches in Sri Lanka, Pakistan got a chance to host four games of the international event.
Najam Sethi, the president of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), lately cast mistrustfulness over his country’s participation in the 2023 World Cup. Sethi stated that Pakistan’s participation in the competition is “ subject to government blessing. ” The ICC set up themselves in a grueling situation, following the development, as they’ve to prepare the final schedule for the World Cup. Know More Cricket News…