Sourav Ganguly reveals when India-Pakistan bilateral series can resume
An India-Pakistan game is one of the biggest rivalries in cricket. However, the two teams don’t play bilateral series owing to political tensions between the two countries. The fans are keenly waiting for the cricket boards to find a solution to make cricket resume between two countries.
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has now given an update on when the cricketing ties between the two countries can resume. Ganguly said resuming the cricket between India and Pakistan is not in the hands of cricket boards but the government. Check our cricket tips and tricks today.
“This is not in the hands of the boards. At world tournaments, the two teams do play each other. Bilateral cricket has been stopped for years and this is something that the respective governments have to work on. This is not in Rameez’s hands, nor mine.” Ganguly said at the 40th Sharjah international book fair on November 13.
Earlier, PCB chairman Ramiz Raja had also said that it is impossible to start India-Pakistan bilateral series in near future. “The sporting model has been spoiled by politics and right now it is a status quo and we are not in a hurry on this issue because we have to focus on our domestic and local cricket,” said Raja.