ICC T20 Worldcup : Mohammad Amir downplays the possibility of an India-Pakistan bilateral series resuming and instead opts to bat in the Olympics’ Top Ten competition.

Pakistan cricket legend Salman Akram also mentioned the prospect of cricket being included in the Olympic roster and seemed sure that the sport will soon become a “global game.”

As of October 24, Pakistan’s Babar Azam-led team won the T20 World Cup by ten wickets over India in a one-off bilateral series that had not been played since nearly a decade earlier.

They’ve always been arguing over the lack of cricket between the two, which has generated a varied response from both individuals involved, as well as from other parties.

Abdul Rahman Falaknaz, chairman of the Dubai Cricket Council, has agreed to host the bilateral matches in the United Arab Emirates.

When asked about the chairman’s “gesture,” Mohammad Amir, a 29-year-old former Pakistani fast bowler, applauded it, but he downplayed the odds of a bilateral meeting between the two countries.

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