‘Are they Outsiders from a different universe?’: Junaid Khan pummels India for declining to visit Pakistan
Pakistan left-arm seamer Junaid Khan pummeled India for denying to visit Pakistan for the impending Asia Cup and addressed in the event that the Indian players are outsiders from a different universe.
Junaid Khan said: “The circumstance in Pakistan is great. In the event that different groups are coming, like Australia, Britain, South Africa, and New Zealand, and they have no security issues, why does India have an issue? What is the justification for this? Is it true or not that they are Outsiders from a different universe who have security issues?
“The ICC ought to investigate these issues; in any case, cricket without Pakistan is unthinkable. Pakistan is certainly not a little group; only a couple of days prior, Pakistan was the world’s main group and is still among the best three groups,” he added.
In spite of BCCI’s hesitance to make a trip to Pakistan. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) keeps on showing interest in keeping the competition at home, with BCCI tracking down help from other part countries of the Asian Cricket Chamber (ACC), the choice appears to be a custom right now.
After the BCCI would not head out to Pakistan for the competition refering to absence of leeway from the public authority, the PCB had proposed a crossover model to have the Asia Cup where India’s matches alone would be facilitated in Dubai.
Sri Lanka is probably going to have the impending Asia Cup with the (ACC) set to move the competition from Pakistan. A ultimate conclusion on the scene for the competition is normal before the current month’s over with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan backing the transition to have the occasion in the island country.
Pakistan’s cooperation in the competition is muddled at this point with reports showing that it could blacklist the occasion.