Abdul Razzaq made an explosive India "Bilateral Series" Claim Against Pakistan

Arch rivals India and Pakistan are going to meet each other almost a year later in men's cricket as the two teams are going to take part in the ODI World Cup, which is going to be held in India later this year. The mega class is scheduled to take place at the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad, which is currently the record holder for the highest seating capacity among cricket stadiums. This mega event will also mark Pakistan's first visit to India since 2016, when the side toured the country for the T20 World Cup.
This year, both India and Pakistan are also going to meet each other in the Asia Cup. Former all-rounder of the Pakistan cricket team, Abdul Razzaq, has made an interesting remark while making an argument for why India and Pakistan should resume bilateral cricketing ties. Razzaq said that India did not play Pakistan much in 1997–98 because the former would largely be on the receiving end of losses.
Razzaq said, "We share mutual respect and friendship. There's only one Indian team that doesn't play against Pakistan. From 1997–98, they didn't play much against us because we were too good; India always used to lose. Now that the situation has changed, we are in 2023, but we have to change our thinking. No team is big or small; the performance on the day matters."
He further added that "Both teams are good. You can't say Pakistan's team is weak. You see the Ashes series; can you point out which team is better? The team that performs wins, as simple as that. We have to get out of this and play matches and series against each other."


Jul 9, 2023 12:58 PM