Amid Asia Cup Speculations, Ex Pakistan Cricket Legend lashes out at BCCI over “money matters”

Things have become pretty worst when it comes to Asia Cup discussions between BCCI and PCB, as Pakistan Cricket Board have openly threatened that they will not visit India for 2023 World Cup if India didn’t visit Pakistan for Asia Cup 2023.

However, inside BCCI sources have confirmed that, Men in Green will be traveling to India for World  Cup 2023.

As per the latest update,  Asia Cup 2023 will be prepared on Hybrid model where India will play their matches in UAE on the other end rest of the teams will play their game in Pakistan.

If India manages to qualify for the final, then the final encounter will be played in UAE.

Former Pakistan wicketkeeper batsman and 1992 world cup winner, Moin Khan recently talked about the importance of dialogues between two countries also sarcastically gave comment over BCCI “Over Money matter”.

“Cricket should happen and the two boards should try to find a solution. There should be a discussion as to why India doesn’t want to come to Pakistan. There should be cricket diplomacy between the two countries. If India does not come to here to play the Asia Cup, then Pakistan should not go either for the World Cup. I think Pakistan Cricket Board should oppose this. If India plays the Asia Cup at a neutral venue, Pakistan’s matches should also be held at a neutral venue,”Moin said while talking to Cricket Pakistan.

He added that, PCB should not allow BCCI to dictate powers  just because latter has a financial edge over the other boards as BCCI generate revenue for World Cup competitions which simply doesn’t mean that everything Indian cricket board will say will be accepted in cricketing fraternity.

The only solution is dialogue exchange any other thing will not bring peace between these two countries.

“Game of cricket shouldn’t be affected. Agar aap paise kee dhons pe kaam karenge to kabhi sort out nahi hoga (If you work on the basis on financial superiority, then there won’t be a solution). Every cricket playing nation has its own stature as they’ve played cricket competitively and should continue to do so. There shouldn’t be any bias on the basis of a board’s financial status. This is against the ‘spirit of cricket’,” Moin added.