The Pakistan Cricket Board has filed a compensation claim of $70 million against BCCI before the ICC for not honouring a bilateral cricket series agreement. What I am concerned about is the affect it is going to have on cricket relations between the two countries in the long run," Mani said on Geo Super channel. "Say if Pakistan is successful in its compensation claim what happens if India holds back the money. But overall I think there will be bad blood and feelings and it will impact future cricket relations between the two," he said. Mani also felt that former BCCI President and ICC Chairman N Srinivasan had a significant role to play in India not resuming bilateral cricket ties with Pakistan.


Source:   dna
December 07, 2017 07:48 UTC