Pakistan Cricket Board lost over Rs 690 crore due to lack of bilateral cricket with India

Most despised adversaries India and Pakistan have not played a bilateral series between them since 2012-13 when the Men in Green last visited India. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has endured a tremendous income misfortune because of absence of respective cricket between the two countries. The two nations have met distinctly in significant ICC occasions because of the continuous political strains between them. 

According to a source, PCB should play two home series against India according to their five-year broadcasting bargain worth 149 million USD which lapsed recently. The two telecasters engaged with the arrangement had made the conditions understood that they needed two series against India as any game between the most despised adversaries is constantly a blockbuster issue with jam-stuffed groups at the arenas and amazing viewership over the globe. 



Be that as it may, PCB neglected to persuade the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to let the Indian group visit Pakistan for the two home series which brought about the telecasters deducting an aggregate of 90 million USD (Rs 691 crore) from their five-year contract with the nation’s board. 


“Shockingly since Pakistan couldn’t play the two home series against India as remembered for the understanding, Ten Sports and PTV the two telecasters who had taken the rights deducted 90 million dollars of the all out aggregate according to the understanding,” a source was cited as saying by PTI. 

India and Pakistan last met in the 2019 ICC World Cup in England and Wales a year ago. India crushed Pakistan by 89 pursues by means of DLS technique a shocking thump of 140 runs from opener Rohit Sharma. The Men dressed in Blue stretched out their triumphant race to make it 7-0 in no holds barred against Pakistan in ODI World Cups. India have never lost a World Cup game against Pakistan. 



Both BCCI and PCB were as of late in a standoff over the facilitating privileges of Asia Cup in Pakistan this year. PCB chief Ehsan Mani later affirmed that Pakistan won’t have the competition after BCCI requested an unbiased setting for the marquee competition clarifying that the Indian group can’t venture out to Pakistan.

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