Pakistan Super League Team Owner Seeks Anurag Thakur’s Nod For Matches vs IPL Teams

Pakistan Super League Team Owner Seeks Anurag Thakur's Nod For Matches vs IPL Teams

New Delhi:

Javed Afridi, a owners of Pakistan Super League (PSL) authorization Peshawar Zalmi, met BCCI boss Anurag Thakur and sought his capitulation for PSL teams to play opposite a Indian Premier League sides.

Afridi, a Pakistani businessman, forsaken in during Thakur’s chateau for a meeting. He also presented a jersey of Peshawar Zalmi to Thakur.

After Uri conflict in September, Thakur had pronounced that resumption of cricketing ties between a dual countries was out of question.

Afridi, however, sounded certain after his assembly with a BCCI chief.

“Such events will assistance foster assent between a dual countries,” Afridi was quoted as observant by a Pakistani media. He serve suggested that a matches between PSL and IPL teams can be hold during neutral venues.

Afridi also suggested that is he in hold with a owners of some IPL teams.

“We are in hold with them to play some matches between PSL and IPL teams, though for that we will need a capitulation of BCCI,” Afridi added.

The initial PSL was hold in UAE in February. Both India and Pakistan have not played a full shared array after a Mumbai apprehension attacks in Nov 2008.

However, they faced any other in a brief array in India from Dec 25, 2012 to Jan 6 comprising dual T20 Internationals and 3 One-day Internationals.

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