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PCB Chair Shaharyar Khan Says Matches With India To Be Discussed At ACC Meeting

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 02 / 16

Pakistan Cricket Board Chair Shaharyar Khan said that Pakistan "was not begging India to play cricket against them," according to Kashif Abbasi of DAWN. Khan: "Both India and Pakistan have to play bilateral cricket according to Memorandum of Understanding signed between them. Pakistan will...

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