Pakistan’s legendary batsman and former captain, Javed Miandad advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to forget India and focus on the betterment of your own cricket.
“The time has arrived when you have to forget India,” Javed Miandad said while talking to media.
The man, who is best remembered for giving Pakistan a historic win at Sharjah by hitting a six on the last delivery of the game against India, urged PCB to completely ignore India’s existence.
“Forget India as they do not exist, if I were in place of the board I would have replied ‘Who India?’ if someone had asked me about them,” he went on to say.
Miandad put it straight that when there are no relations then there should not be any focus on them whether they play with Pakistan or not.
“We should look after our own cricket,” he said. “We are playing everywhere except India, it should not bother us,” he added.
Javed Miandad further asked the board to pursue the case against the BCCI if there is a signed contract of paying damages in case of not playing bilateral series, otherwise leave the matter.
“Has our cricket suffered because of not playing against India? That will never happen,” he went on to say.