PCB has officially surrendered against BCCI when it comes to Asia Cup 2023: Rashid Latif

One story that has dominated the cricketing world over the past month is the conflict between PCB and BCCI.

Rashid Latif, the captain of Pakistan’s cricket team, is the latest to join the bandwagon after Imran Khan criticized the BCCI for isolating Pakistan cricketers and using its financial clout to sway international cricket decisions.

In a video posted to his official YouTube account, Latif claimed that the PCB had submitted to the BCCI regardless of what the latter might say about them.

“PCB can whatever say, that they have taken instance and they will not be travelling to India, if India doesn’t come to Pakistan¬† but the reality is that they have bogged down in front of BCCI. The reality is that they have accepted the demands of Asia Cup to be moved out from India and eventually they will be travelling to India for World Cup 2023. Once again we have seen PCB surrendering in front of BCCI which shouldn’t have happened at the first place” said Latif on his official Youtube channel.

Latif added that the PCB’s acceptance that India could play all of their games in the United Arab Emirates and that the remaining teams would play their games in Pakistan if necessary was untrue due to logistical issues. It is also important to note that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC), which decides where the Asia Cup will be held, will almost certainly refuse permission to hold games in two different cities.

The Pakistan Cricket Board’s claim that they will not travel to India for the Men’s ODI World Cup is untrue because they have previously made similar claims and have ultimately arrived in India to compete in the major event.

Up Next, India will be next playing Pakistan for Asia Cup 2023 where they may be playing twice in marquee event and then they will face each other at Men’s ODI World Cup which is scheduled in India.