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When India Faces Pakistan,World Stops To Watch: Ramiz Raja

Ramiz Raja

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CRICDOT DESK : The Pakistan Cricket Commission (PCB) Chairman Ramiz raja said on Wednesday that every time India played against Pakistan, the world stopped watching and it was a wonderful sight. Raja’s statement came after posting on Twitter the idea of ​​proposing to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to host the T20I series in four countries across both India and Pakistan each year. “We want to move forward. Look at the numbers in the T20 World Cup.

When Pakistan plays against India, the world stops and it’s a great sight. We have to see what our fans want and do the right thing. You need to discuss it and specify what you want to do. There is potential debate about the work I bring to ICC and want to see how it goes, “said Ramiz Raja, reported by ESPNcricinfo. This form of bilateral show is financially wasted and such tournaments will be one way to generate more income from them.

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The idea is to register a company that operates under ICC and has a dedicated chief executive officer who runs the entire financial model, and revenue is shared among all members. So if the four T20 sides get together and play against each other, there is no mistake. When fans get tired, they need to be appetizing and do something outside of FTP, “he added. Every year, 4,444 India and Pakistan from the T20I series participated in last year’s Men’s T20 World Cup. Pakistan managed to defeat the World Cup jinx when it finally defeated Virat Kohli and his boys.

Later this year, Pakistan will host Australia for three tests, three ODIs, and the T20I. This is the first time Australia has visited Pakistan since 1998.  Pakistan will also host the ICC Men’s Champions Trophy in 2025

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