PCB chief Najam Sethi had a clash with Shahid Afridi on playing the World Cup in India. Afridi gave a controversial statement. The continuing disagreement about the scheduling of the Asia Cup and the World Cup 2023 between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has produced a ruckus in the cricketing globe.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has categorically confirmed that the Indian cricket team would not be traveling to Pakistan for the forthcoming Asia Cup tournament. The tournament will take place in Pakistan. As a form of retaliation, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that the Pakistani national squad will not be attending the World Cup in India.
Shahid Afridi, who played cricket for Pakistan in the past, believes that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) need to allow India to compete in the forthcoming World Cup. He made this statement in an interview. Afridi believes that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) would suffer a huge setback if the Pakistani cricket team were to win the World Cup when it was being played in India. The comment made by Shahid Afridi was met with dissatisfaction by the Chief of the PCB, Najam Sethi.
A noteworthy remark was made by Najam Sethi in response to Afridi’s comments. According to Sethi, neither Shahid Afridi nor Jai Shah are responsible for determining whether or not they will take part in the 2019 World Cup, which will be held in India. This decision will be made by Sethi. The governments of both India and Pakistan will ultimately be responsible for making a judgment about this topic. Sethi claims that the squad won’t go to India until the Indian government guarantees that they won’t be in danger there. If it does not change, they will not go on the vacation.
Shahid Afridi issued a controversial statement…
In recent news, Shahid Afridi has been quoted as having said something that has created controversy in relation to the forthcoming World Cup that will be held in India. Afridi voiced his bewilderment at the persistent efforts made by the PCB to avoid going to India.
Because India is hosting an international competition, there are a few problems that need attention and resolution before the competition begins. It is important to have a constructive attitude about the message. The guys need to be made aware that the support of the whole country is behind them in their fight. According to the speaker, the BCCI would suffer a huge setback in the event that Pakistan were to emerge victorious.