Previous quick bowler Wasim Akram has lashed out at the International Cricket Council (ICC) for its failure to mastermind a respective cricket series between Pakistan and India.
Wasim Akram, otherwise called the Sultan of Swing, blamed the ICC for being weak against the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and said that tragically that cricket was being influenced by the political relations between the nations.
“I don’t think ICC has the ability to seek after BCCI, but again I have always said people-to-people contact is essential. Legislative issues and game should to be partitioned,” Akram was cited as saying.
He communicated frustration that youthful cricketers were being kept from playing against each other. The previous Pakistani captain said that a series between India and Pakistan would be more energizing than the Ashes.
“Twenty million individuals watch the Ashes while a Pakistan-India series is viewed by a billion people,” he demanded.