"Pakistan Board will not be able to do anything in front of BCCI", this former player clean-bowled Pakistan
Now a new twist has come in the dispute between India and Pakistan over next year's Asia Cup. Recently, the former Pakistan bowler has shown the mirror to the Pakistan Board while giving a statement about this.
The war between India and Pakistan on the cricket field is not hidden from anyone. Both are considered to be arch-rivals of each other and cricket fans are also very excited about the match between them. But sometimes this battle of the cricket field also goes out of the field and something similar has been seen once again. Recently, a new dispute related to cricket has arisen between the two countries.
Actually, this dispute is related to next year's Asia Cup tournament. Pakistan got the right to host this tournament to be held in 2023. Since then it was being speculated that the Indian team might refuse to play in this tournament. And it happened exactly as everyone thought.
At the time of the announcement of the host, the Indian Cricket Board (Board of Control for Cricket in India / BCCI) did not make any statement about this, but in a recent statement, it has been made clear by the BCCI that the Indian team Will not go to Pakistan to play the Asia Cup next year. Not only this, but the BCCI has also talked about keeping this tournament at a neutral venue. This has angered the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and in response has threatened not to play in the ODI World Cup to be held in India next year.
Former Pakistani bowler Danish Kaneria has clean-bowled Pakistan with his statement on the threat of not playing in Pakistan's World Cup. Danish Kaneria while talking on his YouTube channel on this whole matter said, "Pakistan Board will not be able to do anything in front of BCCI. Indian Cricket Board BCCI is the richest and most powerful cricket board in the world. All the cricket boards of the world are also under BCCI. Live together. On the other hand, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is a poor and weak board. In such a situation, the PCB will not do a single thing in front of the BCCI and the PCB has no other option but to obey the BCCI." By saying this, Danish not only took a jibe at the PCB's threat but also showed the mirror to the Pakistan board.