Pakistan will not appeal to India to play in the IPL
Pakistan will not appeal to India to play in the IPL. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani is not thinking about such a thing despite the overwhelming interest of the country’s spectators.
Upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL). The match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will be played on September 19. Like every time, no Pakistani player will be seen in this IPL. However, this time no IPL match will be broadcast in Pakistan.
Several Pakistani cricketers played in the first edition of the 2006 IPL. However, no cricketer from the country has been seen since the next edition. Political relations between the two countries are affected, by the cricket of the two countries. Which is why this animosity.
“The PCB has been trying for several years to improve bilateral cricket relations with the BCCI,” Mani said. That is in T20 cricket or any other format. But they do not agree. These matters are now entirely in the hands of the BCCI. Due to which, we have no desire for Pakistani cricketers to play in any T20 league on Indian soil. First, their political bilateral relations with us will improve. Then we can discuss.