New Delhi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shaharyar Khan showed his disappointment after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) didn't respond regarding its stand for the proposed bilateral series between India and Pakistan.
“Our failure to materialise the series disappointed millions of cricket fans all over the world, especially in India and Pakistan."
With time running out, fate of the much-anticipated series between the countries still hangs in a balance.
"Yes, we haven't received a reply from the BCCI till Saturday evening, therefore, we are closing this chapter now. We will, however, make an announcement in this regard by Monday.
"We made every possible effort to play India and even changed the venue from the UAE to Sri Lanka on BCCI’s request, but our efforts went in vain,” Khan was quoted as saying by the Dawn newspaper on Sunday.
The PCB chief also warned that if the series does not get the green light, Pakistan will boycott all their matches against India.