“India Won’t Come To Pakistan As They Are Afraid Of Losing”: Ex-Pak Batter
The doubts over India’s video games within the upcoming Asia Cup proceed to dominate headlines as experiences counsel that Rohit Sharma and Co is not going to journey to Pakistan and as an alternative, will play their matches at a impartial venue. ANI reported that the venue is generally more likely to be both England, Oman, Sri Lanka or UAE. While nothing concrete has been introduced until now, former Pakistan cricketer Imran Nazir got here up with an explosive assertion. During a current interplay, Nazir mentioned that the safety in Pakistan is totally high quality, and India usually are not travelling to Pakistan as a result of they’re afraid of shedding.
“There is no security reason. Just look how many teams have been to Pakistan. Forget A teams, even Australia visited. These are all just cover ups. The truth is that India won’t come to Pakistan [for Asia Cup] because they are afraid of losing. Security is just an excuse. Come and play cricket. When you start playing politics, there is no way back,” he mentioned on the Nadir Ali Podcast.
“People want to watch India vs Pakistan games because there is a different level of excitement to it. The entire world knows it. Even we as cricketer feel that for cricket to reach every corner of the world, India-Pakistan matches need to happen. We used to play so much cricket. They are such a balanced team, but India cannot tolerate losing. It’s a game; you’ll win some, you’ll lose some,” he added.
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi additionally weighed in on Asia Cup impasse between the 2 nations.
“The main problem is we don’t sit together and talk. Like we are sitting here and talking, politicians should also come together and talk. They have huge responsibility,” Shahid Afridi mentioned in a press assembly on the sidelines of Legends League Cricket.
“It would have been really nice if India had come. It would have been a step towards cricket and Pakistan for India. This is not a generation of wars and fights; we want relationships to get better. We have played against India with a lot of love and affection. I remember when we came to India, we got an outstanding response. If you remember the 2005 series, Harbhajan and Yuvraj used to go shopping and to restaurants, and no one used to charge them money. This is the beauty of the two nations.”
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