Former Pakistan opener Saeed Anwar has vented anger on Twitter
Anwar is upset with BCCI secretary Jay Shah’s statement
Shah had made it clear that India would not play the Asia Cup by going to Pakistan.
New Delhi. The Pakistan Cricket Board has suffered a major setback on Tuesday due to the statement of BCCI Secretary Jay Shah. After the board’s AGM meeting, he replied about the Asia Cup to be held in Pakistan next year. Jai clearly said that the Indian team will not play in his place. The team will participate only if the Asia Cup is played at a neutral venue. After this statement, the statement from Pakistan has started. Former cricketer Saeed Anwar vented anger about this.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has put a lot of emphasis on playing the bilateral series with India. Even after pleading with the ICC, the BCCI has made it clear to Pakistan that the Indian team will not play with them. Not only this, the policy of the board is very clear that multi-country tournaments will also be held outside Pakistan, only then Team India will play with them.
Former Pakistan opener Saeed Anwar has given a controversial response to Jai Shah’s statement. Taking out his anger on social media, Anwar wrote, when all the international teams and international cricketers come to Pakistan and play in the Pakistan Cricket League, then what is the problem of BCCI. If the BCCI wants to play with Pakistan only at the neutral venue, then in the ODI World Cup to be held in India next year, Pakistan will also want to play at the neutral venue.
At the same time, news has come from Pakistan’s TV channel Geo TV that the PCB had called a meeting in Lahore on the statement given by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah on getting Asia out of Pakistan. It has been decided in the discussion here that if India puts pressure on getting the Asia Cup out of their country, then they will boycott the 2023 ODI World Cup to be held in India.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : October 18, 2022, 22:53 IST