Former Pakistan cricketer and coach Waqar Younis feels India-Pakistan series should start again, as it is the best-fought rivalries of all time.
Notably, the neighbouring countries haven’t played any bilateral series in recent times due to the political problems in between the two countries. Waqar believes the Indo-Pak series should never get stopped and the officials should take every necessary step to revive the series.
“World XI and Sri Lankan team’s tour to Pakistan has sent a very positive message to the world that Pakistan is safe for all kinds of sports,” one of the best fast-bowlers of the world stated.
He also felt the Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches in Karachi will send a positive message to the rest of the world that Pakistan is a safe country for all kinds of sports.
The 46-year-old Waqar is currently the bowling coach of Islamabad United in the PSL and is hopeful about his team’s success in this edition of the franchise based cricket league.
“Shaheen Afridi and Muhammad Hussain are the two new talented bowlers that have come to fore,” he mentioned.
He showered heaps of praise on young Pakistani fast bowlers Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali, who have been tremendous with the ball in recent times, adding the injuries are part and parcel of fast bowler’s life.
Praising Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur for his excellent work with the young cricketers, he concluded saying the domestic cricket in Pakistan needs to improve to get quality players to the international levels.