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ICC CEO says no communication with PCB chief Ramiz Raja on 4 nation ‘Super Series’

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Ramiz Raja, the chief of the Pakistan Cricket Board on Tuesday said that India and Pakistan play very few matches nowadays and he wants to see them playing more often against each other.

That’s why he came up with the idea of creating a Super Series that will feature four teams which will be India, Pakistan, Australia, and England. It will be a T20I series.

It will be conducted on a rotatory basis and there will be a separate revenue model for the same that will be shared between the ICC members.

ICC CEO says no communication with PCB chief Ramiz Raja on 4 nation ‘Super Series’, Six Sports

But, ICC CEO Geoff Allardice told the media that he hadn’t received any communication from Raja on this idea and he cannot comment further until he gets all the details.

We have not had any correspondence or communication with Ramiz Raja regarding any of the ideas. Till we get more detail on what he is thinking, it is hard to comment. At this stage, we have had no communication with Ramiz Raja regarding his idea.

Before the mega clash between India and Pakistan in last year’s ICC T20 World Cup, Ramiz Raja took to Twitter to announce his idea of the Super Series,

Hello fans. Will propose to the ICC a Four Nations T20i Super Series involving Pak Ind Aus Eng to be played every year. To be hosted on a rotation basis by these four. A separate revenue model with profits to be shared on a percentage basis with all ICC members. Think we have a winner.

India’s loss to Pakistan in T20 World Cup created massive trolling

ICC CEO says no communication with PCB chief Ramiz Raja on 4 nation ‘Super Series’, Six Sports

After India lost to Pakistan for the first time in an ICC event, people started trolling the Indian team and especially Mohammad Shami, giving life threats to his family.

When Virat Kohli stood up for Shami, he too was badly criticized by the people.

Before the match, there had been attacks on Hindus in Kashmir by Pakistan-backed terrorists and thus it was a widespread demand by Hindus to not allow the India-Pakistan clash in the T20 World Cup.

Nevertheless, the match took place and India lost by 10 wickets.

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