Indian Cricket team scared of playing Pakistan says PCB Chairman


According to media reports coming from Pakistan chairman PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) ‘Shahryar Khan’ challenged Indian Cricket Board to send their team in Pakistan to play a series of matches if they are not scared.

Chairman PCB Shahryar Khan
Chairman PCB Shahryar Khan

Pakistani Cricket Team’s turnaround in the 2017 Champions Trophy, where they inevitably went ahead to win the competition in the wake of getting whipped by India in their opening amusement, can securely be depicted as a fable. It was a truly necessary win for a country that has not seen universal cricket in its lawn for about 10 years now, a stage which has additionally observed the national group in a mess.

Pakistan merit all of credit for outflanking India in all offices in the final of the super occasion at the Oval on 18 June, and Indian skipper Virat Kohli was sufficiently wearing to recognize the way that Sarfraz Ahmed’s group were boulevards in front of them on that day. In any case, a current explanation from Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) administrator Shahryar Khan after the triumph is making features, yet for all the wrong reasons.

India and Pakistan have not played a two-sided series since 2012-13, and since 2007 they have not played an undeniable Test series. In 2014, the two nations had marked a MoU after which the two nations should play five respective series from 2015 till 2023.

This year, the PCB has sent a lawful notice to the BCCI which expresses that the Indian Board owes the PCB USD 60 million (Rs 387 crore approx) for not regarding the 2014 MoU.

The choice to not to play respective cricket with Pakistan was taken under previous Board President Anurag Thakur in 2015 after Pakistan supported dread strikes shook India.

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