Javed Miandad defined his facet on “India can go to hell” comment© Twitter
Former Pakistan cricket group skipper Javed Miandad courted plenty of controversy following his feedback on India refusing to journey to Pakistan for Asia Cup 2023. Miandad stated that ‘India can go to hell’ in response to the stance taken within the ACC assembly and that was criticised by individuals from each nations. In a video printed by the previous Pakistan skipper on YouTube, he offered some clarification for his feedback and stated that India not travelling to Pakistan won’t affect the host nation in any approach. He went on to say that cricketing relations between the 2 nations needs to be repaired as quickly as attainable and India travelling for the Asia Cup would have been a optimistic message.
“Do you know what hell means? If you don’t want to play just don’t. We don’t have a problem. Ask the Indian cricketers. They’ll also say that there should be cricket between these two teams in their respective countries. It’ll benefit both nations,” he said in the video.
“If they think that their (India) not coming to Pakistan makes any difference, let me tell you that it doesn’t. That’s what I meant. We are independent. Pakistan has produced world-class cricketers as well as hockey players. Everywhere around the world, neighbouring countries are playing with each other.”
India and Pakistan last faced each other in the T20 World Cup 2022 where Rohit Sharma & Co emerged victorious by four wickets. Miandad said that the India-Pakistan series is something that fans look forward to and it can also help in mending relations between the two nations.
“Earlier we used to go there after which they used to return right here. When India got here to play a collection in Pakistan, there have been so many individuals from India who additionally got here to observe. There have been no lodges obtainable and the Lahore residents invited them to their homes. It had an excellent affect on the relationships between the 2 nations.”
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