Outgoing Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has taken a jibe at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), saying India are scared of Pakistan after losing the Champions Trophy final and that's why the Men in Blue don't play their arch-rival in bilateral series.
"After our win, we challenge India to come and play bilateral cricket with us. They don't play us, they are scared of our team. They say we'll play you in ICC matches but they won't play us otherwise,"
And the 83-year-old PCB chief asserted that after their Champions trophy win, all the teams will want to play them.
"After this win, every team will want to play us. They should now come to Pakistan, there is complete security. God-willing, teams will start coming," said Khan.
"We are in negotiations with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and West Indies. They can send their teams first for a short tour, maybe for just T20Is."
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