Lahore: Waqar Yunus declared Pak-India matches indispensable for world cricket. In a social media interview, former pacer Waqar Younis said that Pak-India matches are the focus of attention all over the world.
If the fans of both the countries were asked, 95% of them would say that traditional rivals should play mutual matches. I think that both the teams need to not only play each other but also schedule matches consistently, it would not be right to deprive the fans of lively competitions.
He said that Pak-India matches are also indispensable for world cricket. He is sure that if not now, mutual cricket will be restored in the next few years.
I want to see, whenever there is a competition, it should be in Pakistan or India, it will give enthusiastic fans a chance to see their heroes in action, call it Imran, Kapil series or Azadi series, whatever it is, it’s all in the world. Cricket will be the most watched.
It may be recalled that the last time Pakistan and India met in a bilateral series was in 2012-13, when the Green Shirts toured the neighboring country and played limited overs matches, after which the traditional rival teams only played in the ICC. They have been coming face to face in events